Kayak storage solutions

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    Daniel Ducai
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    Hello everyone, this is my first question in this forum since joining SKABC. I would like to know what kinds of storage alternatives exist out there for conveniently storing a kayak, when people live Condos or places that don’t have enough space. At the moment I am very lucky to have found a landlord who allows me to store my covered kayak protected under their deck, but I wonder what will happen next once I move out. Thanks for any comments.

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    Jody Chan

    I’m an owner in a older condo. I obtained permission from the strata council to install a pulley system in the stall assigned to me in the underground. The stall is limited common property. I drive a smallish car so I’m able to drive in with my kayak on the roof and raise it about 3 feet above my car.

    I was a little lucky with my strata council. I had also lived in the building for a long time before my request which probably helped.

    Also, make sure you adhere to the fire code.

    Good luck!

    #20297
    Nick Jones

    Jericho use to have an area where you could rent a rack for your kayaks.

    Hollyburn Sailing Club in West Van has racks for members.

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    Cameron Redenbach

    very good question

    -friend or relative with under deck space

    -boat,sail, canoe, kayak club that has rental location

    -storage unit

    Presently my 2 current design kayaks are kept in a storage unit. Not practical or economic but that’s what I have

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