SKU: 10090
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TRIAK is a unique dual outrigger sailing kayak for life on the water. The furling mainsail allows for easy rigging, launching and choosing your sail area for different conditions. TRIAK features a clever asymmetrical spinnaker for downwind speed. Foot pedals steer, so you have hands free for lines. Fiberglass construction is both tough and extremely lightweight - especially compared to kayaks made of plastic. You can cartop Triak anywhere for a quick sail or long range expedition making. TRIAK is stable, comfortable and sporty, without being too technical. TRIAK sails nicely upwind and down with a comfortable seat and plenty of storage for wherever you want to be.

Triaks ships easily for a fixed price, worldwide! See below for rates to US/Canada/Europe/Asia & Oceania




There aren't many boats like Triak in the world. Part lightweight, easy to row kayak - part stable and quick sailboat. Triak is light enough to put on your car solo for expeditions anywhere you want to go. Tried and tested design that has logged countless hours in all sorts of environments. Triak is fiberglass construction, meaning it's incredibly light. It features clever designs like a furling mainsail and a-symetrical spinnaker. Triak is not a kayak with a sail stuck on as an afterthought - this is the blend of paddling performance and sailing you've been dreaming of.


  • 3.8m Furling Mainsail
  • 4.6m Asymmetrical Spinnaker
  • Mylar Spinnaker snuffer
  • Raised and padded seat
  • Wave piercing amas
  • Dry, comfortable ride
  • Tool-free assembly
  • Car-top transportation
  • Two-piece paddle included
  • 18’ length
  • 8’6” assembled width
  • 68 lbs hull weight
  • 105 lbs. assembled weight
  • Fiberglass construction, gel-coat finish
  • Available in Red, Blue, and Yellow
  • North Sails made sails & snuffer
  • Harken and Ronstan hardware
  • Designed by world famous Morrelli & Melvin
  • Easy worldwide shipping with included crate:
  • USA (continental): $350
  • Alaska/Hawaii: $425
  • Canada: $450
  • Europe: $650
  • Asia/Oceania: $700
TRiAK In Action







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We represent a dozen sailboat brands from all around the world. Our dinghy sailboat inventory is second to none, with at least 80-100 boats in stock in our warehouse at any time. Our staff has extensive experience sailing, racing, rigging, coaching and delivering boats worldwide. This is what we do:

  • Selection – 70+ models of sailboats from manufacturers around the world.
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  • Experience – The team here has decades of experience on all types of dinghies.
  • Inventory – Over $1millon of boats and parts inventory in stock at all times.
  • Logistics – We have experience shipping boats all over the world, at reasonable rates, quickly.
  • Rigging – We rig most boats by hand, and stand behind our work.
  • Long Term Support – We are a leader in our industry, and we didn't get here by cutting corners. We have your back.
  • Apparel and Accessories – We have the apparel, accessories, trailers and dollies to go with each boat.

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Additional Info

Additional Info

Specifications No
SKU 10090
Condition New
Manufacturer TRiAK


Triak overall reviewReview by Salty Pete
I have been using this sailing kayak off the New England coast and bays for 2 years now and I cannot say enough about how versatile and fun this boat has been , whether you are coming from a kayak background or sailing background this boat will keep you entertained. Everyone who sees it comments on how sleek it looks and that they have never seen anything like it.
The ability to be out sailing in the ocean and paddle once the wind drops off gives you a lot more confidence and flexibility to go long distances, I find during a long day trip if the wind is light a combination of sailing and paddling works well and allows you to sail closer to wind and cover a long distance. The stability of the pontoons gives you the flexibility to fish, relax, jump out and swim also providing more confidence for the longer open water passages between islands when the waves can kick up.

You can consistently sail at 7 knots with a good breeze, after 8-9 knots the pontoons start to submerge on a breach run but fly’s along downwind. It’s quite amazing how well the boat handles in rough seas and swells and has a very dry cockpit that will only get water in if there are breaking waves and only then do you need a spray skirt. The foot controlled steering and rudder is exceptional and you can maneuver the boat at speed very precisely. The roller furling main sail is flawless and quick to open and close, the spinnaker can be raised and dropped quickly and pulled into the chute bag. You just need to make sure the spinnaker halyard is tight when you unfurl the main sail so it does not wrap around the mast.

The boat has a slightly heavier construction than conventional fiberglass sea kayaks to withstand the sailing forces and with the weight of the wing it takes a little more paddling to get moving, but once moving the sleek hull and pontoon design will cruise along at 4-5 knots and is easily steered.

The hatch stowage space is substantial, you can easily fit enough supplies for a week of more camping trip and take extra luxuries for a weekend camping trip. You just need to take a small folding dolly with you since it is slightly too heavy to carry above the high tide line but can be easily moved on a small dolly up a sandy or pebbly beach. Note that this boat is a lot lighter than most other sailing kayaks.

The Triak can be lifted on a roof rack with the help of a rear rolling roof rack by one person, the pontoons, sail and wing can be quickly tied to the roof rack.

Attaching the wing, pontoons, keel and mast will take 7 to 10 mins , then rigging the sails will take another 5-10 mins, It’s pretty straight forward once you get the sequence down. So from car to water is usually 15 mins.

The build quality is very good, the only improvement that you may want to make is to stiffen up the rudder mounting bracket, if you do a lot of hard sailing there is a lot of force on the bracket and it would help to add a stiffener across the top of the bracket to reduce the flex. Also if you add a 4ft long lightweight plastic tube on the halyard down line it helps to roll the spinnaker of the line when tacking.

(Posted on 5/26/2017)

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