Yes, Virginia, there are! I’m sure many of us have been kayaking in clear waters and wished we could see what’s under the boat. Understandably, for those who view the world with the less optimistic, ‘glass half empty’ philosophy, it could be a little scary to see what’s under the boat. But realistically, viewing the breathtakingly beautiful underwater world can be quite amazing.
The new Conquest Dyad clear bottom inflatable kayak has two clear panels made of a Clear 40 gauge PVC, that’s, of course, durable enough to stand on. Although light scratches or slight discoloration will not mess up your viewing, it is a good idea to be careful about dragging the kayak on the ground or leaving it out in the sun, which can discolor the panels.
The Dyad is an 11 foot inflatable kayak that’s easy to inflate, store and transport. It’s only 35 pounds. It’s also made so that it can be paddled solo or in tandem. The bladders are made of 20 gauge PVC sheet and they are covered by a 1200 denier marine polyester outer shell, all high quality material.
So if you’d like to do some snorkeling in an your inflatable kayak, without getting into the water and without a mask, maybe you should take a look at the Conquest Dyad clear bottom inflatable kayak.