NDK produces legendary sea kayaks in northern Wales. Nigel Dennis’s designs have set the standards for expedition, rolling and play kayaks for decades. Expedition boats are fast and stable. NDK’s versatile boats are extremely maneuverable and quick. And all are built to handle the rough seas off the coast of Britain.
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Explorer – Designed for rough water and covering distances, the Explorer is NDK’s main expedition kayak. Faster than the Romany family, maneuverable and direction stable, it has a large carrying capacity and has been used on a one-month expedition to Antarctica carrying all supplies with no support.
Pilgrim Expedition – A slim, fast kayak with increased carrying capacity for camping expeditions. The kayak is specifically designed for the smaller paddler and the taller and slimmer kayaker.
Latitude – The Latitude is a narrow kayak similar in design to the Pilgrim, but for a small to medium-sized paddler.
Romany Classic – A maneuverable and direction stable kayak for the medium sized paddler. Designed for rough water and ease of handling in ocean conditions. Its easy handling makes it the 1st choice for many coaches. The Romany Classic (formerly named Romany) is easily controlled in wind with a minimum of weather cocking, even in strong winds.
Romany Surf – A responsive kayak that surfs well for the medium to large sized paddler. The hull design offers high stability and the shaped foredeck allows for large feet up to size 11/12. Designed for rough water and ease of handling in conditions, the Romany Surf has more volume in the rear compartments than the Romany Classic.
Romany Excel – A maneuverable and direction stable kayak for the extra large paddler. Designed for rough water and ease of handling in conditions. Due to its boxy rails this kayak is also suitable for any paddler who wants more stability. An ideal kayak for the 220 lb person (102+ kilos), the Romany Excel has a larger and wider keyhole cockpit and offers extra leg room thanks to a raised area either side of the cockpit.