Back in July we posted an article titled Boating Under the Influence (BUI) In a What? That article was about a canoeist in Rhode Island who was arrested and charged with BUI while canoeing. We may have happened onto a new product that could perhaps discourage this law breaking practice by making it harder for the canoeists to find their canoe. What if you had a few too many adult beverages and simply couldn’t locate your means of transportation?
Glass-bottom boats are nothing new on scenic tours, but with a see-through canoe you can go wherever you want and have a personal up-close view of whatever is below you. Lighter than a wood or aluminum canoe, tough as bullet-proof glass and entirely transparent on the bottom, these designs provide a completely new way to experience water life around you.
It gets better: the kayak equivalent to the transparent canoe is a carbon kevlar frame design that has a military-grade transparent urethane skin – and it folds up small enough to carry with you in a backpack. Setting it up to be water-worthy takes about a half an hour but the lightweight portability means you can bring it virtually anywhere.
Whether you choose the canoe or kayak these are both ideal for wide ranging travels and potentially challenging water conditions as well as brief vacation jaunts.
“Don’t Drink and Boat”
No matter what your choice of watercraft happens to be!