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Surfski.info Review: Carbonology Sport Atom

Sunday, 12 June 2011 18:47 | Written by
“Ok, let’s sprint to the other side of the harbor,” I said.   Issuing a challenge like that to my training partner Dale Lippstreu always results in a ball-bursting, neck and neck, 110% redline effort.  This time though he just disappeared (behind me) and 200m later I looked back to see…
Carbonology Sport Atom Carbonology Sport Atom Credits: www.surfski,info

Review: A Paddlers Opinion of the Vajda Orca

Thursday, 02 June 2011 06:43 | Written by
Let’s start by clarifying that this is an independent product review.  Secondly, I have won numerous national kayak titles in both sprint and marathon, and was selected to represent Australia at the World Cup and other International Events.  I have also competed in surfski events at state and national levels…
Jonathan Sanders - on the Vajda Orca in Rose Bay Jonathan Sanders - on the Vajda Orca in Rose Bay

Surfski.info Review: Kayak Centre Zeplin

Sunday, 30 January 2011 08:23 | Written by
A big ski for big people: supremely stable and massive fun downwind (it makes a superb camera platform!)
Kayak Centre Zeplin Kayak Centre Zeplin

Fenn Mako Elite Slim Line – First Looks

Monday, 17 January 2011 07:44 | Written by
I had the good fortune to paddle the latest Fenn creation last weekend – the Mako Elite Slim Line (SL).  I’d heard that the boat was tippier than the Elite and I was curious to see how I’d handle it.
Mako Elite v Mako Elite SL Mako Elite v Mako Elite SL Credits: www.surfski.info

The Kayak Centre EOS 660 – a 2nd opinion

Tuesday, 29 June 2010 20:44 | Written by
One of the benefits of being associated with Surfski.info is that one gets to paddle lots of new skis often before examples appear on the water or in the local paddle shops.  
Paddling the EOS 660 Paddling the EOS 660 Credits: www.surfski.info

Surfski.info Review - Custom Kayaks Horizon

Tuesday, 22 June 2010 15:24 | Written by
Custom Kayaks recently released a new entry in the beginner’s surfski market – the Horizon.  The name was inspired by the idea of novice paddlers expanding their “horizons”…  So, does this ski lend itself to doing just that?
Custom Kayaks Horizon Custom Kayaks Horizon Credits: www.surfski.info

Surfski.info Review - Green7

Sunday, 21 February 2010 16:06 | Written by
Bling Special…  This ski turns heads on the beach – and is one of the nicest boats I’ve ever paddled.  
Green7 Green7

Surfski.info Review: Think Uno

Saturday, 23 May 2009 12:34 | Written by
I finally got my hands on one of the new Think Unos this spring. Because Wisconsin is sort of in the middle of nowhere relative to the commercial transport routes, it seemed like I was about the last person in the world to actually lay my eyes on the ski…
Think Uno Think Uno

Surfski.info Review: Fenn Mako Elite

Sunday, 10 May 2009 03:51 | Written by
When I lost my beloved carbon Fenn Mako6 at the end of a disastrous downwind, I took the opportunity to order a new carbon Mako Elite from Keith Fenn.  Hearing of my dire ski-less condition he delivered a new one very rapidly and I've been paddling it for the last…
Fenn Mako Elite Fenn Mako Elite Credits: www.surfski.info

First looks: the Fenn Mako Elite Triple

Tuesday, 31 March 2009 18:00 | Written by
Most of us know the sadness and despair of breaking a ski, and usually the pieces are consigned to a dumpster.   But when Dale "T-bone King" Lippstreu smashed his new Fenn Mako Elite Double recently at the end of a downwind paddle, he met the challenge full on.
Fenn Mako Elite Triple Fenn Mako Elite Triple Credits: Owen Middleton
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