Sea Kayak Rental
Sea kayaks and Fishing Kayaks for rent - go explore the archipelago of southern Sweden
Plan your stay here in Svalemåla and make a request and reservation directly for the kayaks with all the basic equipment.
Blekinge archipelago is the closest and the southernmost Swedish archipelago you can find when you cross the bridge from the European mainland between Denmark and Sweden.
If you wish you can stay in one of our cottages only 300 meters walk from the sandy shallow beach where the kayaks are rented out.
The location of our holiday village and the kayak rental site, is ideal for quickly getting out in the outer archipelago for a daytrip both eastward toward the archipelago of Ronneby and west towards Hällaryds and Karlshamns archipelago.
Rent a kayak, rent a cottage and/or camping equipment, explore the islands and skerries. Choose your own perfect island, put up your tent next to a nice beach and enjoy your own cooked meal while watching the sunset. Camping in the wild is permitted almost anywhere here.
If you are a bigger group, for example a club or association, there is also the possibility of renting a meeting room with seating for 30-35 persons with fully equipped kitchen and WC.
Kayaking weekend for 2 persons:
ARK 56 is a number of connected coastal trails for hiking, biking, sailing and public transport in the archipelago. In June 2011 Blekinge Archipelago was designated as a biosphere reserv by UNESCO.
We offer a weekend package for 2 person from Friday to Sunday in June and September that focuses on a 17 km long kayaking trip on Saturday through this archipelago. Included is accommodation 2 nights in a 6 bed cottage, kayak transportation on Saturday to drop-off point, wood fired hot tub and sauna on Saturday,late check-out on Sunday, and all necessary kayaking gear.
Read more here : Easy Escape Kayaking
Kayak rental price for guests in Svalemåla Stugby:
|1 Day, singel kayak||250 (350) SEK||8-19|
|1 Day, tandem kayak||400 (500) SEK||8-19|
|1 week, singel kayak||1000 (1500) SEK|
|Camping Gear Kit, for two persons||500 SEK/day|
|Inside ( ) price for non-guests|
The kayak rent cost includes paddle, life jacket, spray deck, dry bag, 1 Map (Nautical chart) / group and a safety kit (paddle float, bilge pump).
We rent out 4 fiberglass kayaks with skeg from the Swedish brand Melker® and two of the brand/type Remus One with rudder.
Melker Trossö / Remus One is a kayak that is suitable for both novice paddlers and more advanced paddlers. It is stable, secure, yet easy to maneuver. The cockpit is spacious and the comfort good.
Specifications Melker Trossö & Remus One:
Length: 503 cm
Width: 58 cm
Weight: 23 kg
Material: Reinforced Fiberglass
Optimum for paddlers weight: 60-110 kg
As an alternative if you are a couple or want to paddle an adult and a child during the day trip we now also have two double kayaks, Tahe Lifestyle Duo. This is a kayak with oversized cockpits and increased stability. Though this kayak is extremely stable and therefore suitable for beginners as well.
Svalemåla is easy to reach and if you come by car it’s not far from the E22 highway. The train station in Bräkne-Hoby is 10km away and Ronneby Airport, which is serviced by SAS and Blekingeflyg, is only 20km away. The distance to Copenhagen airport Kastrup is about 200 km and a little more than a 2 hour drive.
We now also offer free transfer from the nearby railway station in Bräkne-Hoby if you travel by train and have a reservation for a cottage and kayak. Please let us know when you make your reservation.
Basic Conditions and rules when renting a kayak:
- There must be at least one person in the group that is over 18 years of age.
- Put the hatches in place on the kayak firmly. All kayaks are then unsinkable and have built-in floating power.
- Respect nature and animals. Do not leave any garbage, respect any fire bans. Certain places and islands with especially sensitive bird life are protected as bird sanctuaries. It is forbidden to go ashore there and to stay in the vicinity (April 1st to July 15th).
Read more facts and information on safe paddling here on the website of Swedish Canoe Federation