Norse bylgja carbon
The Bylgja Carbon is a sleek and responsive sea kayak. The boats hard chine hull design means you have full edge control and it will turn on a dime. The lightweight V-shaped hull and firm skeg makes it easy to maintain speed and track efficiently in all conditions. This boat is particularly suited for medium to larger paddlers (60-110kg) – offering comfort and performance.
The carbon fibre composite hull means this boat is strong, light and rigid – making its performance sleek & efficient. In addition to aramid reinforcement in the keel, this model also has side reinforcements to withstand a lot of punches. The Bylgja is also available in fibreglass – You can check it out here.
The Norse Bylgja Carbon has 2 easy access day hatches located just in front and behind the cockpit. It has plenty of storage available inside the bow & stern hatches making it perfect for longer expeditions. The deck bungee also adds some extra storage space for those item you want to have super quick access to.
The cockpit ergonomics are designed for all day comfort. The seat gives plenty of support while minimizing pressure points.
For smaller paddlers (45-80kg) we suggest checking out the Bylgya’s smaller sister the Norse Idun Carbon.
With classic, clean lines the Bylgja looks sleek and it paddles even better. Perfect for serious paddlers.
Length: 520 cm
Width: 55 cm
weight: 21 kg (Carbon Fibre)
Cockpit measures: 84L x 40W x 30H cm
Recommended paddler weight: 60kg. – 110kg
Max loading weight: 140kg.
Total volume: 350 l
Front bulkhead: 65l
Day hatch: 35l
Rear bulkhead: 70l
more about the brand
Norse are a Norwegian based paddle sport company, and have been in the Industry since 2001. In 2013 they started the development of the Norse Kayaks. Using their long experience in arranging sea kayaks classes, they have developed the best possible kayaks for Norway’s demanding coastline. They’re located on the beautiful west coast of Norway and take their inspiration (and kayak names!) from Norse mythology. You can check out their story and their range of kayaks here.
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