Nigel Dennis Kayaks
Through expeditioning and everyday use, Nigel Dennis became aware of the limitations of kayaks on the market and began creating his own designs which he has manufactured since 1993. He introduced the offset day hatch to enable the unsupported paddler to access provisions whilst afloat. He also added the sloping rear cockpit bulkhead to easily empty almost 100% of water from the cockpit during rescues and a keyhole cockpit which allows for a faster and easier entry and exit compared to the original small ocean cockpit. Nigel’s kayaks have not only benefited from his own expertise, they have also been tried and tested in severe weather conditions and extreme temperature. Today a whole range of kayaks are available, each designed with specific needs in mind, which overall cater for a wide spectrum of kayakers. Nigel’s kayak’s are known as NDKs (Nigel Dennis Kayaks) his company is called SKUK (Sea Kayaking UK) located on Holy Island, Wales, bang-on the world-famous rough water tidal races like Penrhyn Mawr. The lion’s share of ground-breaking sea kayak expeditions, play and training have been successfully completed using NDKs which has earned these designs a world-wide cult-like following. You will find a network of NDK expedition, training and sales centres in far flung countries around the world. When you buy an NDK you get the best in sea kayak design and become part of the world-wide NDK family.
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