Fatyak™ Adventure S Mahee Kayak – On The Water Review – Part 2

Fatyak™ Adventure S Mahee Kayak – On The Water Review – Part 2

Fatyak™ Adventure S Mahee Kayak in The Solent. We loaded up the Fatyaks on Sunday and headed to the coast. Destination was Lepe beach in Hampshire, over looking The Solent and Isle of White. The weather was sunny, the water was supprisingly warm but the great british weather had to throw in some wind to the mix. Transportation of kayaks is always an issue. The size and shape of them always makes it a challenge. Below you can see in the photo our transport, to the left a LandRover Defender 110 with a…continue reading →
Fatyak™ Adventure S Mahee Kayak – Dry Land Review – Part 1

Fatyak™ Adventure S Mahee Kayak – Dry Land Review – Part 1

The Man Outdoors has recently added a new kayak to our outdoor gear, in the form of the Fatyak Adventure S Mahee. Fatyak have been kind enough to supply it for the summer to allow us to explore the UK's stunning coastline and inland water ways. It’s a perfect all rounder and it’s great to have a tandom so that mates can come along or there is loads of room for overnight camping gear, or daytime picnic it items. It has loads of great features and is a really awesome kayak. Here are…continue reading →
Surfing in Snowdonia

Surfing in Snowdonia

Wales is well known for the Brecon Beacons and Snowdonia National Parks, with walking, hiking, mountain biking, climbing and so much more to do. Now however there is a very different way to enjoy Snowdonia National Park, thanks to a brand new inland surf facility at www.surfsnowdonia.co.uk. Surf Snowdonia is the world's first ever publicly accessible surfing lagoon. The facility just opened on the edge of the Carneddau range in Snowdonia, Wales. Surf Snowdonia uses the very latest underwater technology to deliver the longest man-made surfable waves in the world, giving riders 2…continue reading →
Adventures in my first kayak

Adventures in my first kayak

Growing up as a kid I did some kayaking in a number of locations, from the Beacon Becons in Wales, to the Lake District, but this was back when I was 12 years old. Then in a previous job with the Ministry of Defence I had the pleasure of doing some further kayaking and canoeing in verious places across the UK from rivers, canals to lakes. About a month ago I came across the Kayak pictured here, A Perception Dancer, now no longer build, however it was an extremely well used popular model…continue reading →