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Choosing a paddle is largely a matter of personal preference. There are many sizes, shapes and materials available. If possible, try a number of different paddles and choose the one that feels best. Keep in mind, a paddle is an extremely important...

No, we do not sell boats factory direct. We rely on the best dealers in the business to make our products available to the public. They can help you decide which boat is best for you and explain colour choices, options, etc. You can look up your...

The off-season is the time to dig that boat out and give it a once (or twice) over and make sure it's ready for paddling season. Boat maintenance not only keeps your boat looking good but also keeps it 100% seaworthy to provide a safe vessel...

Although it is unlikely that your kayak will need repair during its lifetime, it is possible that a hull crack or puncture might occur due to extreme impact or contact with a sharp object. If this happens, first contact Perception or your Perception...

If you think your kayak may have a warranty issue, first be sure that it is in fact eligible for a warranty. To be eligible, your boat must have been purchased new less than three years ago, and from an authorized Perception retailer. Keep in mind...

You will want to periodically check that your hatches are watertight. We use a very durable sealant for our bulkheads, but the flexing that occurs during transport and paddling may wear them out over time. If your storage compartments are wet, first...

Roof Rack A crossbar roof rack (or “sports rack”) for your vehicle is the best method of transporting a kayak. It should be lashed down at each crossbar, as well as at the bow and stern to each end of the vehicle. Kayak cradles are recommended for...

Short Term Storage Be sure to empty the kayak of all water. The kayak maybe stored on its side or in a vertical position temporarily. Storage in these positions for an extended period of time could cause flattening or deformation in the side of the...

To locate your kayak's serial number look on the right hand (starboard) side near to the back (stern) of the boat, it will be on the outside of the hull. Most, but not all boats, have a recessed area here. Your serial number will always be in this...

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