World’s most expensive kayak is made of carbon fiber with timber and gold plated finish
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World’s most expensive kayak is made of carbon fiber with timber and gold plated finish

World’s most expensive kayak is made of carbon fiber with timber and gold plated finish

For exploring the calmer waters of the earth, the kayak is one of the best friends at hand. Its no wonder that the sea explorers perhaps indulge in unique kayaks like the

Conceived and created by the New Zealand duo of Jamie McLellan and Andy Jacobs, this kayak uses the same grade of carbon fiber as the one picked up by American Cup boat builders. This has made the body sturdy and lightweight, making it easy to handle in the waters. For the world class finishing, they have applied Durepox HP Clear primer and DuPoint Chroma clear for top coat. Buyers could even order a variety of colors and textures, which would also vary with paint is actually used on the kayak.

McLellan Jacobs carbon fiber kayak in the waters

The timber as seen here is solid teak and ashwood. One can even pick the grade of wood or the particular type from a variety of choices. The fittings are solid billet machined brass, and then embalmed in gold. For those who want for exotic ones, are free to specify their choices here too.

Via: StupidDope/ McLellan Jacobs

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