Quality TRiAK Boats

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.




TRiAK Conquers 100 Mile NCC

September 28, 2014

Expedition expert Jeff Prideaux took his TRiAK on yet another Water Tribe adventure race. This time it was the 100 mile NCC North Carolina Challenge. Jeff finished 1st in the Small Sailboats class and 5th overall in consistent winds of 20 knots. He slept on the beach overnight, averaged 8 knots downwind, and managed to paddle-sail in 20 knot headwinds for 30 miles! Congratulations to Jeff on an amazing race that tested both man and craft. Here are some excepts form the TRiAK Owners Group. Jeff’s Water Tribe handle and boat name is “Clean Slate.”      2718 Our Jeff is currently in 5 place in his TRIAK tom_the_rower  Sep 26 Our longtime member, Jeff Prideaux, is currenly competing in the...

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Day Trip to Blake Island

July 26, 2014

Fun day trip to Blake Island, Washington. Gorgeous day with Mount Rainier in the background and light, fun breezes. 8 knots of boat speed and nice picnic on the Island made for a perfect TRiAK day. Check the MotionX trip summary.   

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Brian in Beaufort NC

June 09, 2014

Awesome video by TRiAK Owner Brian in North Carolina. Gorgeous conditions and nice GPS overlay. Thanks Brian and keep the edits coming! Brian: "I’m enjoying the boat, and plan to get some more video around the NC coast this season."  

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TRiAK in the OkoumeFest Challenge

May 18, 2014

Jeff Prideaux, an active Water Tribe participant, is taking his TRiAK in this year's OkoumeFest Challenge. Here is some info from Jeff, a video, and link to his Spot track and WT event page. Good luck, be safe, and have fun Jeff! Jeff: "I'm going on my latest kayak and small boat long distance race this coming week.  We launch Sunday morning (May 18th) at 7:00 AM from a beach on Kent Island across the Bay from Annapolis, MD and head North, then back South looping through some wilderness areas eventually coming close to the VA state line in the Bay, then back North again to Kent Island.  All in all about 210 miles.  I'm projecting it will take me about...

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