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#1 SpeciMan

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Posted 21 October 2006 - 10:16 PM

Rumour has it that a limited number of composite 'super kayaks', the updated Dorado and Pelican will be reaching UK shores next week. Competively priced against the more expensive plastic sit on tops these kayaks come rudder enabled as standard.

On many international kayak fishing forums, the Kaskazi Dorado and Pelican kayaks are highly regarded fishing kayaks. I'm sure a few of us here have taken more than a passing interest in them, myself included.

For further details contact forum member and UK Kaskazi Agent, Simon Everett (who is unaware I am starting this thread. I wanted to help him and other members here out. So far on this forum we've had a presence from Malibu, Hobie and Ocean Kayak, why not Kaskazi too? :) ).

Some Links:
Kaskazi Kayaks
Anglers Afloat - Dorado Review
Capt'n Jimbo's Ultimate Super Kayaks
Kaskazi Dorado - Yellow

Location: East Dorset

#2 Somerset in Jersey

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Posted 21 October 2006 - 10:21 PM

Rumour has it that a limited number of composite 'super kayaks', the updated Dorado and Pelican will be reaching UK shores next week. Competively priced against the more expensive plastic sit on tops these kayaks come rudder enabled as standard.

On many international kayak fishing forums, the Kaskazi Dorado and Pelican kayaks are highly regarded fishing kayaks. I'm sure a few of us here have taken more than a passing interest in them, myself included.

For further details contact forum member and UK Kaskazi Agent, Simon Everett (who is unaware I am starting this thread. I wanted to help him and other members here out. So far on this forum we've had a presence from Malibu, Hobie and Ocean Kayak, why not Kaskazi too? :) ).

Some Links:
Kaskazi Kayaks
Anglers Afloat - Dorado Review
Capt'n Jimbo's Ultimate Super Kayaks


another sales technique, can this forum please be resticted to none sales or assosiated posts for the promotion of sales and deal with the issues requested.

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Posted 21 October 2006 - 10:26 PM

There are a number of us here who have been interested in Kaskazi kayaks for some time and they are now available.
Kaskazi Dorado - Yellow

Location: East Dorset

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Posted 21 October 2006 - 10:32 PM

There are a number of us here who have been interested in Kaskazi kayaks for some time and they are now available.


May be so, and saying so is ok but i feel that stating who will sell them is a sales pitch and if they wish to sell then their is a way of doing it without using a forum like this, may be Agent might just wish to place a sponer link on the forum instead of posting as such. But how nuch would that cost?

We can all make our own mind as to who and were we purchase items and post links to sites that assist.

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Posted 22 October 2006 - 05:28 AM

another sales technique, can this forum please be resticted to none sales or assosiated posts for the promotion of sales and deal with the issues requested.

:unsure: Urrrr.And I thought this site was for anything to do with Kayaks.But if thats the case,how come other things on here get advertised?Like where to Buy tackle boxes,Coolers,Rod holders.Surely thats advertising for companies.
Thats how good info gets passed around.I dont see it as a sales pitch.
Its funny how nothing gets said when info on Ocean or Malibu is posted on here :rolleyes:
Thanks for the info Specimen,It will be intresting to see how many get sold over here.As you said.There has been alot of intrest in them.

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Posted 22 October 2006 - 05:50 AM

Rumour has it that a limited number of composite 'super kayaks', the updated Dorado and Pelican will be reaching UK shores next week. Competively priced against the more expensive plastic sit on tops these kayaks come rudder enabled as standard.

On many international kayak fishing forums, the Kaskazi Dorado and Pelican kayaks are highly regarded fishing kayaks. I'm sure a few of us here have taken more than a passing interest in them, myself included.

For further details contact forum member and UK Kaskazi Agent, Simon Everett (who is unaware I am starting this thread. I wanted to help him and other members here out. So far on this forum we've had a presence from Malibu, Hobie and Ocean Kayak, why not Kaskazi too? :) ).

Some Links:
Kaskazi Kayaks
Anglers Afloat - Dorado Review
Capt'n Jimbo's Ultimate Super Kayaks


Cheers for the info Speciman. I have been wanting to take a look at the kaskazi yaks for a while, will have to get in touch with Simon.

Oh by the way I dont think this is a covert advertisment, just a heads up for people who are interested in the kaskazi brand. :thumbs:
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Posted 22 October 2006 - 09:05 AM

Rumour has it that a limited number of composite 'super kayaks', the updated Dorado and Pelican will be reaching UK shores next week. Competively priced against the more expensive plastic sit on tops these kayaks come rudder enabled as standard.

On many international kayak fishing forums, the Kaskazi Dorado and Pelican kayaks are highly regarded fishing kayaks. I'm sure a few of us here have taken more than a passing interest in them, myself included.

For further details contact forum member and UK Kaskazi Agent, Simon Everett (who is unaware I am starting this thread. I wanted to help him and other members here out. So far on this forum we've had a presence from Malibu, Hobie and Ocean Kayak, why not Kaskazi too? :) ).

Some Links:
Kaskazi Kayaks
Anglers Afloat - Dorado Review
Capt'n Jimbo's Ultimate Super Kayaks


I take it you are on a bung from them then? :lol: I thought this was for kayakers to share thoughts not commercialism for you and that Simon Everet bloke? :nonono:

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Posted 22 October 2006 - 09:17 AM

May be so, and saying so is ok but i feel that stating who will sell them is a sales pitch and if they wish to sell then their is a way of doing it without using a forum like this, may be Agent might just wish to place a sponer link on the forum instead of posting as such. But how nuch would that cost?

We can all make our own mind as to who and were we purchase items and post links to sites that assist.


Actually, no commercial harm done, they are bloomin awful :lol: They look like a cheap, slim, pedalow and you will notice a lot of them have sponsons for stability! why is that?......obvious really! UNSTABLE

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Posted 22 October 2006 - 10:08 AM

Actually, no commercial harm done, they are bloomin awful :lol: They look like a cheap, slim, pedalow and you will notice a lot of them have sponsons for stability! why is that?......obvious really! UNSTABLE

Ahhh.I see you only have 10 posts.Your either a TROLL or from a rival company :whistling: Just goes to show you know Jack s*** about Kayaks though :rolleyes:


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Posted 22 October 2006 - 10:29 AM

Ahhh.I see you only have 10 posts.Your either a TROLL or from a rival company :whistling: Just goes to show you know Jack s*** about Kayaks though :rolleyes:


Loosing your cool, in that manner only reinforces the bung poing of view. Then again George and zippy from memory were were controled by someone elses hand, and they bungled around.

PLus it does not matter how many posts people have. Seems you gang thought you had the biggest conkers in the play ground. shame they were only acorns.

And i thought this site liked criticism. remember in posts gone by someone got a red card for coments like you have just made.