Note: A minimum skill/experience level is required for whitewater or sea kayak rentals
Sit-on-top kayak hire @ $45 / person per day
– sit-on-top beach kayak (e.g. Mission ‘Squirt’)
(50% discount for weekly rental)
Sea kayak hire @ $65 – $75 / person per day
– includes sea kayak (e.g. Mission ‘Eco-bezhig’, ‘Contour 450’, ‘Eco-niizh’ double), touring paddle, spraydeck, PFD and self-rescue gear (i.e. pump, paddle float)
At extra cost we can provide personal touring equipment (e.g. paddle jacket, hand pogies, dry bags, etc.) and other emergency gear (e.g. flares, split paddle, towline, etc).
To hire a sea kayak, you must have attended a Learn-to-Kayak course or have an equivalent level of basic skills and experience or a competent sea kayaker will be looking after you at all times on the water.
NOTE: We don’t rent to solo paddlers, so you won’t be able to go lake or ocean touring by yourself in our hire kayaks. Sorry.
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Whitewater kayak hire @ $55 per day
– includes kayak (e.g. Eskimo ‘Xeno’, ‘Diablo’), paddle, spraydeck, PFD and helmet
At extra cost we can supply personal whitewater equipment (e.g. paddle jacket, dry bag, etc) and emergency gear (throwbag, etc)
To hire a whitewater kayak, you must have attended a Learn-to-Kayak course or have an equivalent level of basic skills and experience or a competent whitewater kayaker will be looking after you at all times on the water.
A returnable bond is normally charged. It will be re-paid to you, if the kayak and gear is returned in clean condition, with no unexpected wear or damage.
Download the Kayak Rental Agreement (to see what you’d be signing up to)
For sea kayak trips, it is advisable to take a marine VHF two-way radio, Personal Locator Beacon (PLB), maps, First Aid kit, etc. Sorry, I do not hire out these items, but I can suggest where to obtain them.