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Argyll Kayaks - sea kayak, sit on top and SUP boats, boards, paddles and kit

Open as usual for online and phone orders

Our Ayrshire showroom and shop is currently closed for refurbishment. We're still fully open for online orders (or phone orders on 01292 571 019) while work is underway!

The heart of Argyll - perfect for the great outdoors on water or on land
Ardrishaig at the end of the Crinan Canal in Argyll
The heart of Argyll - perfect for the great outdoors on water or on land
The heart of Argyll - perfect for the great outdoors on water or on land

Come visit us in our Ardrishaig shop

We look forward to welcoming you to our shop in Ardrishaig which is open Fridays, Saturdays and Mondays from 11am to 2pm. If you would like to arrange a different time, please get in touch and we'll make an appointment. Email sales@argyllkayaks.co.uk Ann & Stuart

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Visiting the Heart of Argyll?

We're so very lucky to be based here in Ardrishaig, on the shores of Loch Fyne in the Heart of Argyll.  Our shop is at Pier Square, where the Crinan Canal starts - 9 miles of canals, locks and stunning scenery that connects Loch Fyne and the Sound of Jura. We look forward to welcoming you and hope you have a fantastic holiday in this stunning area.

In addition to Karitek's outdoor shop, Pier Square also features The Egg Shed Heritage Hub - Scottish Canals' new maritime museum interpretation centre - and the Steamer Terminal cafe serving breakfasts, lunch and coffee & cakes.


The area around Ardrishaig is the perfect destination for anyone who loves being in the great outdoors. For watersports enthusiasts there are plenty of options depending on your experiece. Whether you like to explore by sea kayak, open canoe, sit-on-top kayak or stand up paddle board, Karitek is surrounded by beautiful scenery and seascapes including Loch Gilp and the full length of Loch Fyne, Lochs Sween and Caolisport, the Sound of Jura and on westward.

Walking & cycling

Knapdale, Crinan and Kilmartin are fantastic areas for walking, cycling and exploring. Take your pick - cycle along the Crinan Canal tow path, explore the ancient monuments in Kilmartin Glen, follow one of the many walking routes through Knapdale's forests and take a look at the Scottish Beaver Trail.