Re: tow location

Posted by Mac on May 13, 2005


The kayak being towed often has an exhausted paddler aboard who is unable to steer. The attachment for him should be at the bow.

The towing paddler should have the line around his waist or the coaming - either way it should be quickly releasible in case of trouble.

There are rescue throw bags and harnesses on the outfitter's sites which explain this in greater detail than I can.

Have a god one


In Response to: Re: tow location by Susan on May 13, 2005