So what is up for grabs we hear you say?

To celebrate all things watersports with this very special edition of Smorgasboarder, we thought it only fitting to have some additional prize draws, none more special than this cracking Viking Kayak from the good folks at Kayak & Sup in Kawana. These guys are a one-stop specialist shop for kayaks and paddle boards. You can even try before you buy at their Sunshine Coast store or you can order direct online.

Need more convincing…

You can just picture yourself now heading off solo for a bit of fishing, or perhaps taking a cruise with your better half, even a paddle with the family. It really is the ideal kayak for those wanting the versatility of a double kayak that can be easily paddled solo too. The 3 moulded seat positions and foot wells are designed to make sure you’re comfortable in all 3 positions. The Viking 2+1 is a double kayak that’s been designed specifically for easy paddling as a single, double or even as a double with a junior sitting in the middle, making it much easier to get the whole family on the water.

Awesomely stable, the Viking 2+1 offers room and comfort while the rounded edges and sides make this an excellent kayak for easy re-entries during those snorkelling adventures along the coast or when having fun in the waves.

So how do I enter?

All you have to do is tell us what it means to be a true waterman/waterwoman and send your entry to us at competitions@smorgasboarder.com.au

We will choose what we believe is the best entry and publish it in our next edition of Smorgasboarder.

Things you need to know…

We’ll pick a winner on Monday January 31, 2022 so you have plenty of time to enter. This competition is open to Smorgasboarder readers throughout Australia and New Zealand. It will be the winner’s responsibility to collect their prize from Kayak & Sup at 188 Nicklin Way, Warana, Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia.
This is a game of skill – the better you describe what it means to be a waterwoman/waterman, the greater your chance of winning this awesome Viking Kayak.