Sea Cruiser by Stig Hansen (DK)

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Stig, from Denmark, has completed a wood frame Sea Cruiser.

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Sea Tour 15EXP by Romain Berard (CN)

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Romain Berard from Beijing, China has completed a Sea Tour 15EXP. The multi-chine wood frame is skinned with PVC

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Romain’s Sea Tour 15EXP frame before skinning.

Sea Tour 17-R by Sean Richens (CA)

Sean, from Winnipeg, Manitoba paddles his Sea Tour 17-R folder. The skin is PVC with an aluminum coaming and roll-up deck closure.

Sean, from Winnipeg, Manitoba paddles his Sea Tour 17-R folder. The skin is PVC with an aluminum coaming and roll-up deck closure

Sea Rider by Evan (CA)

Evan, from Canada, displays his Sea Rider folder. His comments...

Evan, from Canada, displays his Sea Rider folder. His comments…” I launched my Sea Rider at SSTIKS 2009, It’s a very fun to paddle kayak and my niece who hadn’t kayaked before got her first roll in it. My other niece got her first hand roll. I used arched inwales, a roll closure on the rear deck and a split aluminum coaming.”

Athena does a balance brace in the Sea Rider.

Athena does a balance brace in the Sea Rider.

Sea Cruiser by Carlos N. Roland (US)

Carlos, from Columbia, South Carolina paddles his folding Sea Cruiser.

Carlos, from Columbia, South Carolina paddles his folding Sea Cruiser.

Sea Cruiser at the Marina

Sea Cruiser at the Marina

Kids Kayak by Dave Gentry (US)

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Dave, from Boulder, Colorado has completed a kids kayak based on a traditional Disco Bay design and a Sea Flea. The boat is 10′ X 18″ and weighs 14 lbs. The frame is lashed and glued cedar with a polyester skin coated with rustoleum paint. The coaming is bent ash. It took 4 days, part time, to construct the frame, and about 2 full days to skin and paint it. Total cost was about $63, most of that being the skin and paint.

Sea Raider LC by Shane Jones (US)

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Shane recently completed a Sea Raider LC, 17.5′ by 20.25″ approx 40 pounds, covered with 18 oz vinyl coated polyester.