Inflatable kayaks are perfect for those who do not have the option of storing a hard kayak. With an inflatable kayak, you can enjoy the freedom of being able to throw the kayak in the trunk or on your back and hike to brand new streams or lakes that you would otherwise never have been able to explore.
Inflatable kayaks are easy to sail and more stable than you might think. They differ in length, width and number of people who may be in the kayak.
A long kayak is directional stable and has good carrying capacity. However, it becomes more difficult to make turns and turns when it gets very long. The width is important for how stable the kayak is. Wide kayaks are more stable and better in the ocean, where there are small waves and chop. In contrast, the wide kayaks become slower because they provide more resistance in the water.