We are only selling full 20 feet cotainers. (27 pieces in one container)
Shipment within 3 weeks
Our company has produced boats since 1960 and we are among those who have the most experience with the production of plastic boats in Norway. Since 1982, we have concentrated on rotational moulding in polyethylene and we have specialized in boats with sandwich construction. We are Norway’s largest producer of canoes and kayaks and, in addition to the Norwegian market; we also export to several countries in Europe.
Our boats are suited for trip and exercise use, and our sea kayaks are also used for long expeditions. This was paddled along the coast of Greenland and in the Amazon.
If you invest in a Hasle product, you have a reasonable entry ticket to the sport of paddling and an active outdoor life.
1. Sea Kayak
3. Racing boats
Norway Hasle Excursion 520 Kayaks:
FULL CONTROL - On the Hasle Excursion 520 we have attached importance to large people being able to sit comfortably in the kayak. The seat and back
Support provides good sitting comfort. The cockpit opening is large and it is easy to get down into the kayak. Thigh support provides good
Control. Foot board and seat can be adjusted along a bottom rail section and realignment of control lines is not necessary. The kayak is
Equipped with rudder that is pulled up with a simple hand grip. Hasle Excursion tolerates tough weather conditions.
Good quality material
Easy to repair
Top quality with competitive price
Good deliveries and services
Hasle Excursion is build using a sandwich construction. This makes the boat both light and stiff, and it cannot sink since its own weight is
0.3. The sandwich construction isolates well if the paddlers want to use the kayak on cold days, or when paddling in the Arctic region.
COCKPIT-A moulded back support is joined with the seat and provides good support. In the roll position it gives a comfortable after.
STORAGE - A small, water-tight space, easily accessible for small things.
RUDDER SOLUTION - Excursion is equipped with a patented Navigator rudder system, which is a system where the rudder turns 90 degrees from recessed position to upper position. Raising lowering is performed simply from the paddling position where you use minimal movement and force.