To the Inuit, Nanuq was the boss polar bear. To shamans, the dancing bear was the transition
between human beings on earth and the spirit of these who have gone on or are far away. Our
adoption of Nanuq and the dancing bear represents our homage to Inuit culture and the Greenland-style boats,
paddles, and gear they created.
The Portland Schoonerfest & Regatta 2019 Experience the Thrill of Tall Ship Racing! Support Education at Sea for Maine Teens! The Portland Schoonerfest will be
Designed for the intermediate/advance paddler. A unique design, stepping away from the traditional look of a British sea kayak into a class by itself. Speed, handling, stability and carrying capacity blended into a unique whole. Available in 18 feet, 16 feet, and reduced volume.
A refreshing combination of stability, speed, and responsive handling. Amazing maneuverability while maintaining speed. Volume in the nose and tail above the waterline have been increased to smooth the ride in surf.
A classic, slightly-higher-volume version of the Ilaga, able to carry both a larger passenger and more gear whilst offering the characteristics of a classic Inuit kayak. The T comes with a standard keyhole cockpit and the TOC comes with an ocean cockpit.