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Friday, 10 January 2014
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Thursday, 29 November 2012
The inbox was buzzing in no time at all (not even time for a cuppa) with pictures of fish.
Stay tuned to the Anglers Afloat forum for all your Kayak fishing events and meets. Its a great place to meet other anglers and paddlers to get and share information.
Friday, 18 May 2012
A roundish hull through the mid section with soft edges with a vee'd bow and stern. Initial stability is moderate, not massive but secondary is very good. This boat should suit a paddler looking for a smaller day/weekend touring boat that will be a bit more fun on moving water. It's not anywhere near as responsive or manoeuvrable as the Delphin and feels less planted than the Easky 15 but feels forgiving and easy but not too boring at the same time. Does that make sense?
Wednesday, 2 November 2011
It’s all about the paddler really, how do you paddle and how do you like your boat to respond?
The Burns hard, carving rails give a precise and controlled feel, letting you drive around the river easily and the flat hull lets you surf and ferry with style. Do you like to make every little micro eddy? Work the river and enjoy a stylish and technical run? Then the Burn is probably the one for you.
The Shiva on the other hand has a rounded hull, soft stern chines a massive rocker and loads of volume. These features give you softer landings on big drops, rear driving force when you want it, awesome boofability and resurfacing capability. If you are running big drops and pushing harder lines the Shiva is the one you want.
Shiva – Ultimate Steep Creeker
Rounded Hull – Forgiving - Gives softer landings on big drops.
Smooth Stern Chines - No rails to trip you up but the chines gives driving force when you need it.
Progressive Rocker - Easy to Boof and Flair over features.
High Volume Bow & Stern – rides easily over features, resurfaces quickly.
Stern release edge - Allows really fast lines for drive. Low profile deck – Easy to roll.
Burn – Precision Creek Machine
Flat Hull – Dynamic - planning surface for surfing and ferrying.
Hard Carving Rails – Precision carving capability around the river.
Aggressive Rocker – For great boofability.
Medium volume bow and stern – Punches through features.
‘V’ed deck – sheds water and resurfaces with control.
Reprofiled deck – Easy to roll.
Staff member Ewart getting to grips with some tight steep technical paddling in the Pyranha Burn.
That's what Pyranha say. We think if you are paddling in the South West either boat will be good but the Burn may just have the edge as we just don't have any big water falls but we sure have some great technical paddling.
Burns are instock in all sizes, and we are able to offer some great prices for these instock colours.
RRP £949.00 Very special offer: £799.00
Call now to see what colours we have instock
Tuesday, 28 September 2010
Ergo racing entertained many
Saturday, 11 September 2010
Check out the Pictures Below.
The Varun is also available to buy online in the AS Watersports Online Shop
Thursday, 4 February 2010
Many people have been comparing it to the 2010 Jackson kayaks Star series, which from a quick glance is quite understandable. But if both boats are put side by side there are a range of differences. The Star has less rocker and less volume in the stern, and the Molan definitely offers more cockpit space, and a more positive feel.