Betsie Bay Kayak

Betsie Bay Kayak
P.O. Box 1706
Frankfort, MI  49635
Phone: 231-352-7774
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BETSIE BAY KAYAK

Modern High Performance Wood/Epoxy/Glass
Kayaks from Ancient Inuit Design

BETSIE BAY KAYAK

Available Now...

Take advantage of this relatively rare occurrence, used Betsie Bay Kayaks for sale...!

  • For sale Gently-used BBK Manitou in Grand Rapids Michigan area. Built in 2008. Has the large (27") cockpit option. Contact Doug Hardin at 616-735-9456.



Brand New 2013 Valkyrie
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  • Never been wet. Available now for pick-up or delivery. Contact Al at bbk@t-one.net.

Betsie Bay Kayak has been building high-performance Greenland-design sea kayaks since 1984. The hard-chine, V-bottom design provides excellent tracking and edged turns while maintaining good speed and stability. Our design refinements go far beyond replica Greenland kayaks to create neutral handling characteristics and advanced safety features.

Our current wood/epoxy/fiberglass composite allows us to build kayaks as lightweight as kevlar or carbon composites (lighter than plywood kits or DIYs), but tougher because of their structural core construction. While this process is more labor intensive than cloth/resin construction, the strength and beauty of the finished product is worth it. Our finishes are the best catalyzed acrylic/urethane products available and our kayaks require no more maintenance than kevlar or carbon composites.

Whether you choose a BBK kayak for its performance, lightweight or beauty, you get all three without sacrificing the others.

Our Greenland design paddles are a wood/epoxy/carbon fiber composite that combines the feel and esthetics of wood paddles with the durability of modern materials.

BBK has been commercially manufacturing Greenland paddles longer than anyone in the U.S. Because we are not constrained to the limited materials used in ancient Inuit paddles, we can design a touring paddle that is more user-friendly than one whittled from a 2" x 4".

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