The Martini GTX is a decked, take-apart, touring kayak with a roomy and comfortable cockpit to explore with and then take back home in the back of your car. Like the sit-on-top version, the Martini GTX features the innovative patented Snap-Tap solution. With it, the single-seater snaps apart and re-assembles in seconds for a kayak that is comfortable, stable, and strong making it by far the most easy to carry recreational kayak on the market.The Martini GTX is a rigid high-performance kayak that you can carry with a smile on your face and which will fit in the back of most cars. It will also fit comfortably in SUV, crossover and mini vans with plenty of room to spare.
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I LOVE my Martini Point 65 tandem kayak and the company is AWESOME! They are quick and responsive and I give them 5 stars for their products and customer service!
My first kayak! I’ve had the solo for about 2 years and just sprung for a midsection to make it a tandem. Incredibly stable and fun. When the midsection is attached, its pedals (instead of the front section’s pedals) connect to the rudder. Pretty simple to snap together & pull apart IF you do it right and practice for a bit. I find it easiest to do when the pieces are already floating in the water. Spare yourself some stress and watch a YouTube video of somebody assembling/disassembling the thing before attempting it yourself. While the modular pieces of this kayak give you more options for storage, it’s not particularly lightweight. I read in some marketing piece that this kayak fits under a bed. LIES! A shed, garage, or deck crawlspace is more like it. I’m not sure the boat would fit in a sedan, but with the seats of my Honda Fit folded down, I can squeeze in all three pieces! I also own the cheaper, wider Point 65 Gemini Modular solo which is great for slow, old leisure-paddlers…but with its less-comfortable seatback and lack of cupholders, the Gemini is not nearly as nice as the Martini. Once in a while a Point 65 kayak pops up on Craigslist—may be worth buying secondhand or else be prepared to pay an extra $100 for freight shipping.