Kayaking and canoeing are supposed to be all about just you and the water. No distractions, no risk of crashing and definitely no motors. But why limit your range of exploration to your stamina when the Mokai ES-Kape kayak features a hidden electric motor propelling you as far and as long as the battery holds up.
The ES-Kape is actually the latest version of the Mokai, and features a lighter and stiffer hull, and a new modular design that disassembles and stashes away inside itself for easy transport. Re-assembly takes just a couple of minutes with no extra tools required, and before your $4800 check clears you'll be cruising across the lake unhampered by your inability to properly use a paddle. [Mokai via Uncrate]