It's more than a boat. It's a measure of trust.
You leave all your baggage at the shore when you board this kayak, friend.
"I didn't bring any bags."
"I don't mean physical baggage. I mean emotional baggage. There's no room for conflict on a kayak."
"That has a nice cadence to it. 'No conflict on a kayak.' Has lots of 'k' sounds in it."
"That's just the tip of the kayak iceberg. Although you really want to avoid icebergs in your Sea Eagle SE330 Kayak.""Right, no. I would assume that."
"There's no room for pleasantries or courtesy on a kayak, Roger."
"We're going to be joined in combat with the mighty river itself."
"I thought this was a float trip?"
"I've never liked you, Roger."
"What? Why'd you invite me?"
"Because I figured struggling with you, depending on you for my safety, my very life, would ingrain a deep sense of respect."
"On the 'Lazy River Family Float Trip' package?"
"We could've just bought a beer and sat down to talk for awhile."
"There's no honor in that."
"Ah, yes. As opposed to the honor implicit in a float trip."