The TSL-I, Peter Kaupat's first
brainchild, was developed for the wide range of boating activities
that he and his wife, Barbara, wanted to pursue.
its biggest drawing card. Whether your interests are sailing,
fishing on Puget Sound, descending fast-moving rivers, exploring
lakes with your family, canoe camping with tons of gear, or
wilderness tripping -- the TSL-I can handle it.
It has conquered the turbulent
rapids of the Grand Canyon, braved the frigid waters of the
Inside Passage between Seattle and Alaska, has taken many adventurers
on a trip of a lifetime!
TSL-I is an outstanding saltwater craft rivaling a sea kayak.
Compared to an open canoe, its low profile is less affected
by strong winds. For maximum comfort and protection, use spray
skirts in choppy water or foul weather.
When it comes to seaworthiness, maneuverability, carrying capacity,
and roominess, this boat is in a class of its own. Also, its
incredible stability and maneuverability have made many novice
paddlers look like pros on their first whitewater trip.