Granted, at nearly $2700, it’s not exactly budget-friendly, but wouldn’t this transparent, two-passenger Molokini sea kayak be fantastic for exploring the clear waters around Abaco?
Though it looks delicate, the Molokini is actually made of the same polycarbonate that’s used in bulletproof glass and fighter jet canopies. According to its manufacturer, Clear Blue Hawaii, it offers views as deep as 75 ft in calm ocean conditions.
How amazing would it be to encounter dolphins in this kayak? Or watch turtles feed in the grassy shallows south of New Plymouth? Or paddle out to the reef east of the cay to observe the colourful ocean life?
The Molokini is definitely going on my bucket list!
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Very cool Amanda. I hope you get one – and invite me to go for a ride the when next we are both on GTC at the same time!
I wish I had that on my Expeditions
OR to see sharks swming! Ha ha??? But it does look like a nice kayak for those waters.
First thing I thought of was SHARKS too, Angie “)
I’d settle for a good old-fashioned glass bottom bucket! Are they still
Can’t think of a better place to have one of these kayaks!
I want one!!! 🙂