This blog will be discussing the various pros and cons of inflatable kayaks. Some may think that an inflatable kayak would not be as stable as a hard-shell, but in reality they are very sturdy. One major advantage to this type of boat is that it takes up much less space than other types so it can easily fit inside your closet or garage if you live in an apartment or condo with limited storage space.
The downside to this type of boat is that it has a tendency to flip over more often than other types because there’s no keel on the bottom for improved stability. However, if flipped upside down, these boats are extremely easy to right themselves again!
Most people assume that inflatable kayaks are easy to flip over, but is this true? Inflatable kayaks come in a variety of shapes and sizes, which means that you need to know which type of boat will work best for your needs before buying one. The most common types of inflatable boats are the single-person and two-person varieties. Single person kayaks usually have a wider design with a low profile so it can maneuver easily through choppy water conditions. On the other hand, two person inflatables offer more stability because they have raised sides on both ends.