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Taking your MOKAI to exciting places?  Enjoying family time on the water? Send us your pictures and share your MOKAI adventures. (Be sure to include your location!)

Owner Adventure Photos

Taking your MOKAI to exciting places?  Enjoying family time on the water? Send us your pictures and share your MOKAI adventures. (Be sure to include your location!) 

2012 MOKAI River Rally

The 2012 MOKAI Summer Rally took place on July 13th. It was a HOT day, in the high 90’s with plenty of sunshine - perfect for spending the day on the water of the beautiful Hudson River at Plum Point with our MOKAI family and friends. Owners from NY, NJ, CT and PA enjoyed an up close view of the historic and picturesque Bannerman Island. We even had a canine captain,Chance, the trusty companion of Mokai owner Arnie!

It’s always a pleasure to enjoy time on the water with fellow Mokai’ers and share personal Mokai stories and experiences over a BBQ lunch (cooked by MOKAI President Rick Murray!) We are already looking forward to our next get together with our MOKAI family!

MOKAI adventure around the Manicougan Crater

September 2011, MOKAI set out to explore the Manicougan Crater located in Quebec Canada, 980 miles from our factory in NY. Our 2 man team loaded up their boats and gear and headed north. We tracked their daily progress and position using a GPS spot tracking device.  It would take 4 days to complete the self sustained circumnavigation of "The Eye of Canada."  

Inaugural MOKAI River Rally

When we started the Mokai Company, we always envisioned a MOKAI River Rally wherein MOKAI owners from different areas would gather. Our inaugural rally took place on the scenic St. Lawrence River in Waddington, NY, August 2009.

Our base camp was waterfront property located on a tributary brook to river, property of MOKAI owners, Mike and Cindy. In addition, we were joined by Alex and Carol, owners since 2006 hailing from Lavel Canada, Mike and Nadine, owners since Aug 2008 from Broadalbin, NY as well as members of the MOKAI staff and their families. Our “regatta” consisted of 11 boats with captains from 7-65!

Our first day involved a 30 mile tour of the St. Lawrence River, including a quick jaunt to the Canadian side – no passports required. Later that night we enjoyed a Firework display from our MOKAI’s courtesy of the Waddington Homecoming event taking place in town. Then back to the campfire for more serious MOKAI talks! Day two allowed us to further explore the area and the feeding tributaries to the St. Lawrence with a trip to Coles Creek

The MOKAI staff, including President, Rick Murray, were on hand to answer any questions, comments or concerns, in addition to having a little fun. We enjoyed hearing about the adventures our customers have had since purchasing their MOKAI’s!