TRiAK Sailing Kayaks


TRiAK is designed for fun sailing and effortless paddling. TRIAK is the only boat in its class to feature an asymmetrical spinnaker for exhilerating sailing. Use in kayak mode, mainsail mode, or full-sail mode. TRiAK is fun for the whole family. Car-top the TRiAK anywhere for a two hour outing or a week long expedition.

 

 

News

Thom Davis Highlight Reel

March 10, 2015

TRiAK owner Thom Davis was kind enough to share video of his 2014 outings and we put together this highlight reel of his on-the-water shredding in Benicia, California just outside of San Francisco. We asked Thom a few questions about his experiences and he gave us some great answers. Thank you Thom.  Q. What inspired you to buy your Triak? Thom:  I sold my big trailerable trimaran that I raced for 10 years.  After a while being boatless was no longer an option.  My criteria were: Multihull sailboat Under $10K; Easy to single hand; Relatively Dry boat.  That last item knocked out the Weta and Hobie Adventure Island. Q. What was your sailing/boating/paddling experience before owning a Triak? Thom:  I...

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Kari Saunders Goes TRiAKing

February 28, 2015

TRiAK's newest employee Kari Saunders ventured out on the TRiAK for the first time today on a gorgeous Pacific Northwest afternoon. It was Kari's first time ever sailing and based on her feedback below, she loved it!   Have you ever sailed before? No. Never. I have always wanted to sail but have never had an opportunity. How was the TRiAK for the first time sailing anything? Awesome! Super fun! I think I caught on pretty quick.  Were you able to get the TRiAK in a groove and get some good speed? Yes! And what was the sensation? I was sailing! It was a great feeling having the wind carry me. What is your paddling / kayaking experience?  A little...

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Jeff Prideaux Interview

February 06, 2015

This is an interview we did with Jeff "Cleanslate" Prideaux after he completed the WaterTribe 100 mile North Carolina Challenge. Jeff is an experienced expedition-race participant and it was great to get his insights into how he prepares for these long distance, self supported adventures. TS: Jeff, Great job on the OkumFest Challenge. We wanted to ask you a few questions so fans may get a feeling for these events and how you handle them. How many organized “race” expeditions, or “challenges” have you done and how many other personal long-range trips have you made in the TRiAK? JP: I’ve completed the following official Watertribe events in my TRiAK: 2012 North Carolina Challenge (NCC) - 100 miles 2013 Everglades Challenge (EC) - 300 miles 2013...

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TRiAK in Race to Alaska

January 30, 2015

We're honored to have Alan Hartmann from Alaska participate in the first Race to Alaska (R2AK) starting June 4, 2015. Alan will be taking his new RED TRiAK on the 750 mile self-supported expedition race from Port Townsend, Washington to Ketchikan Alaska through the Inside Passage. The primary goals are fun and safety, but it's nice to know that the organizers have a $10,000 prize at the finish! This is going to be an adventure for the participants and spectators and we'll be covering the race and Alan's fantastic journey this June. Thank you Alan and sail fast!  About Alan "I am a commercial sockeye and prawn fisherman. Working spring and summer allows me to live like a frontiersman fall and winter. ...

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