Lately, I have been really enjoying the Hurricane Santee 116. The roomy cockpit and comfortable seat make it a relaxing way to while away an afternoon. The ABS construction allows me to not cringe everytime I bump a rock or stump and its extreme initial stability further enhance my experience. Click here to see all Hurricane Aqua Sport boats.
Hurricane kayaks use a special, innovative material to thermo-form their Kayaks. It's called Trylon, and if you haven't heard of it or haven't paddled it, your life is somewhat incomplete. Trylon has a laundry list of advantages over polyethylene, roto-molded kayaks. Here are just a few:
- Trylon is lightweight. In fact, Hurricane boats weigh an average of 10 pounds less than comparable boats. Think about it. . .you won't get a hernia strapping boats on the racks. And if you're a female paddler, you won't stuggle to get your boat to the water.
- Trylon is rigid. Hurricane Kayaks - recreational, sport, open, fishing kayaks have very little flex, which translates into good news when you're on the water. Think efficiency.
- Trylon is gorgeous. Hurricane hulls sport a beautiful, high-luster appearance you'd swear was composite. But unlike composite, Trylon hulls won't fade or turn brittle in the sun.
- Tylon resists warping. Hurricane hulls retain their shape forever without oil canning. If a polyethylene manufacturer makes that claim, heâ€™s been in the sun too long.
- Trylon reduces friction. More glide. Less drag. Equals more fun.
- Trylon requires little maintenance. A Hurricane hull is easy to keep looking good and paddling hard. And if you need to make repairs, Trylon is easy to fix.