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Kayak Without the Hassle of Paddling

by Reverend_Danger   April 20, 2009 at 2:10PM  |  Views: 150

Kayaking can be a peaceful, calm experience.  It’s just you and the lake or river you’re traversing.  But it can also be boring if you don’t have a kayak with a jet engine.

The Mokai kayak urges you to “accept no boundaries” by sticking a six-horsepower four-stroke engine in the back of a kayak to make it jet-powered.  By that I mean a jet of water, although a rocket engine kayak would probably be worth looking into.

It’s light enough that the kayak still remains relatively maneuverable in the water, and one person can offload it from a trailer or truck.  

Check it out over at Mokai, or buy your own for $3,450.

Source: Mokai

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