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

TRiAK at Strictly Sail Pacific April 9-12

April 02, 2015

TRiAK will be on display at this year’s Strictly Sail Pacific boat show in Oakland, California April 9-12 at Jack London Square. If you’re in the area, please stop by to see a new boat. TRiAK will be located in the West Coast Sailing booth (B2) between the docks and the food court. Event:  http://strictlysailpacific.com  Site Map: http://bit.ly/1xEd0PU

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West Coast Sailing New Dealer

March 30, 2015

TRiAKsports is pleased to welcome aboard West Coast Sailing as our newest dealer. West Coast Sailing is a leader in small sailboats, parts, apparel, and accessories for the US west coast. West Coast Sailing’s friendly, professional staff will help you with all of your TRiAK needs over the phone or in person at their large showroom in Portland, Oregon. TRiAKsports and West Coast Sailing will combine excellent customer service with quality TRiAK boats and accessories for the best possible Owner experience from Baja California to British Columbia.  About West Coast Sailing For nearly a decade, we’ve served the small sailboat community with unrivaled expertise and an unwavering commitment to helping our customers sail smarter and faster. As the leading source...

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Kitsap Sun Review

March 28, 2015

Nice write up in the Kitsap Sun about our new Bainbridge Island, Washington location and plans. Thank you to Tad and... Posted by TRIAKsports on Sunday, March 29, 2015

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Video: Point White

March 20, 2015

TRiAKsports employee Kari Saunders heads out on her second time in a TRiAK, and second time sailing any boat of any kind. It was a fairly breezy day with winds about 12-15 knots and some wind chop. Kari practiced gybing in figure-8 patterns of tight-reaches and broad-reaches. She stayed totally dry and had heaps of fun. It's a testament to the TRiAK how a complete beginner can venture out safely in not-so-easy conditions and have a great time, and quickly learn sailing.    

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