Infinity inflatable kayaks are perfect for use at sheltered beaches, in calm coastal waters, on inland lakes and on still or slow moving rivers.

You should avoid shallow rocky rivers and coastal rocks, as these are likely to damage your kayak. Also avoid paddling where there are many larger vessels present.

Infinity kayaks can also be used on river rapids up to class II, however paddling at this level requires expert knowledge, training, practice and specialist gear. Always wear a helmet and buoyancy aid when paddling rapids and seek appropriate instruction and guidance.

Warning - Do not exceed the maximum capacity of your kayak, as doing so will affect its handling and control, as well as reducing stability and increasing the chance of swamping. Make sure that loads are distributed as centrally as possible, with heavier items in the bottom and lighter ones on top.