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20 Years of Paddling Pictures Pt. 2

20 Years of Paddling Pictures Pt. 2

Jun 23rd 2022

From George and Cheryl Cook Chester, Vermont

A couple of years ago we forwarded a picture of our Danuu clad kayaks atop a white Yukon which you published in the Roadpic section of . Aging bodies have now made it necessary to seek an easier loading method so we have moved to a converted Sure-Trac utility trailer topped with a Thule Xsporter pickup rack. 

Loading one end of our Native Watercraft Ultimates at a time should prove much easier than the car top method. No matter the method of transport we are pleased to report that our Danuu covers continue in service. 


Francois Cardinaud shows us that the French can paddle in style! All the way from France comes this picture of dedicated paddlers - ready to go at any time! This shot give us a great shot of the v-loops along the side of the cover.


Ruskin sent us this great shot of his adventure in Tenerife, Canary Islands. Here is Danuu Cover allows him to ride around with his Portuguese SIPRE MURANO under covers out of the sun and wind when he is not riding it!


Chris Gansen from Germany writes:

Just received my Buddy cover from the local dealer here in Germany – and it’s bloody AWESOOOME! (On the car..) ..quite long that whole thing. Flagbag is definitely recommended here in Germany… ;)


Imagine seeing this Monster machine on the road!! Robert Siddall knows where and when to have fun! Here he is at Tunnel Mountain Campground in Banff Park with Danuu Covers keeping his rigs (kayaks) ready!


George Cook writes..

Today we took our maiden voyage with our new 12 and 14.5 Native Watercraft Ultimate kayaks at Lowell Lake State Park in Londonderry, Vermont which is a whooping 8 miles from our doorstep. Although the trip was short the Danuu Covers performed perfectly. In fact on the return trip we did not cover the kayaks because they were wet and we found that uncovered there was more wind noise than when we traveled with the Danuu covers on the boats. 

The picture is just after our arrival at the Lake and we’re sure you can tell from the view why we love this Green Mountain State of Vermont.


This is Mark and Kristi from Park City Utah; proud owners of 4 Danuu covers. We were looking through your site and found this picture that we had sent summer 2010. To respond to the request on your site, the trip went well. This trip was in the spring of 2008. We were on the Needles Highway through the Black Hills of western South Dakota on our way from Utah to the Northwoods of Wisconsin and Michigan. 

We now own a little hideaway cottage in Northern Michigan and make this trip twice a year, always with at least one boat on the roof, and always with your excellent covers protecting them. Thanks for posting our picture and again, thank you for making such great products.


Bruce bought this 18', double ended rowboat but had to trailer it through some of the nastiest weather Colorado, Utah and Nevada has seen in years. A Danuu Cover became his friend when they all reached home safe and in good condition!


Here is his boat on the trailer.


Floyd writes us...
I had your cover up to 100mph yesterday and it handled great. I'll give you a full critique when I have time to sit down. Overall, I am very pleased with the cover and your customer service.


Corey sent us this photo of how he travels - ready to paddle anytime! Even with kayak on top he gets 40 miles to the gallon!


Dave just loves that his new Jeep takes him where he wants to go, road or not! Taking all his toys is no problem, either. Danuu Covers are there, too, protecting his kayak till the white water calls!


North Trading sent us these shots from a customer that was moving across country!





And the Original Customer Review Award Goes too!

Gary writes "My kayak has been 'dry-docked' in my living room since I took delivery of her. Maybe next month I'll be able to get her floated up at Silverwood for the maiden voyage!" We are sure that this is the last picture you'll ever see of that boat in the living room! While this may not be a classic "On the Road" shot, we know that this kayak is on its way to many miles of paddling.