Thursday, September 23, 2010

Frenchy -Queen of the Oceans

Point 65 donated a bunch of kayaks to SSHL, a school in Sigtuna, Sweden near Stockholm. The student who has been the most persistent user of these kayaks, Frenchy, has become a fanatic sea kayaker and is now planning her first expedition.
Frenchy not in her kayak
Frenchy will sircumnavigate the island of Gotland solo in the summer of 2011. Quite a feet for a 18 year old first year paddler.

Gods speed Frenchy and Point 65 will support you and spread the word all around the world of your impending adventure!

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Tandem kayak in a Toyota Prius!

Point 65 Tequila! Tandem inside a Toyota Prius.

This picture was provided by a Point 65 Tequila! Tandem owner in the US with the followng message: "Check this out... all 3 pieces of my Tequilla Kayak in the back of my Prius... the door closes and I had room to go to Costco...! Linda"

Now read this from

by Warren McLaren, Bundanoon, Australia
Roof racks decrease a car's fuel efficiency by anything from 5%, through 10% or more. And that's empty racks. Stick our favourite sports toy up on your cars roof and watch you fuel economy plummet by up to 27%, according to Ecomodder.

Folding mountain bikes like the Montague Paratrooper can be slipped inside, to return a car to its designers intended aerodynamic sleekness. But a robust roto-moulded polyethylene kayak? The only time they fold is when they get wrapped around a boulder in a whitewater river, right? Not anymore. Sweden's Point 65 now offer a snap-apart Sit On Top kayak.

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Introducing the Martini

Here our new modular kayak, the Martini!
There is a video at the bottom of the page
The Martini is a great looking 9'4'' / 285 cm sit in kayak.

It snaps apart in a couple of seconds
and you have two manageable 24 lbs / 12 kg sections,
each about 5' / 140 cm

Ad a mid section...
And it's a 13'8'' / 416 cm Tandem
Dry hatch aft and bow, thigh braces, paddle park,
cup holders, keel rudder.Great performance

Time to go home,Just throw it into the back of your carThe Martini will be available in a kayak store near you very soon!

If you cant see the video here, try this link: