The first wave of kayak rentals in the D.C. area began last fall.
Now, there are more than 200 of the popular paddle-boat-style lodging units available at Cannon Beach and the other hotels along the Potomac River.
The owner of one of the units, Kayak Capital, says that he and his partner are trying to capitalize on the wave of tourism and interest in these lodging options.
They want to build the capacity to host more and more visitors.
Kayak rentals are popular among the Washington area’s elite.
A study by the Georgetown University Center for the Study of American Community found that 75 percent of tourists to the District said they would consider a trip to D.U.C., a hotel, or other downtown destination during their next stay.
And a study by The Washington Times found that more than 90 percent of D.D.C.-area tourists who said they had been to Georgetown said they’d be visiting on a kayak.
The D.V.I.D.’s Kayak Hotels in Georgetown offer a variety of lodging options, from the spacious, contemporary-looking cabins to the luxurious hotel-style suites.
The most popular option is the large, double-height, high-ceilinged “Buddy” cabins with views of the Potoslave Bridge, the George Washington Bridge and the Capitol Hill.
The cabins, which are available for $800 a night, come with private cabins in the basement, as well as one- and two-bedroom suites in the main room.
In addition to the hotel rooms, the cabins offer a wide variety of other amenities.
There is a lounge, a full-service restaurant, a fitness center, a bar, a private conference room and a fitness room.
The private dining room has an outdoor deck, a rooftop terrace and an open-air terrace overlooking the Potopov River.
Kayaks can be rented for up to three nights per week at a rate of $749 a night.
Dukie’s Kayaks rents kayaks for $400 a night at the Potoms, the second-largest hotel in D.N.
C, and the second largest hotel in Virginia.
The Potomacs have more than 50 luxury hotel rooms for $1,350 a night each.
A new, larger, room at the nearby Dukies offers a private pool, gym and tennis court.
The hotel has also recently expanded its kayak rental space and has partnered with several other D.O.T.
C (District of the North) hotels in the region.
Dutchess County Kayak Rentals is another popular option for those looking to rent a kayaking kayak to explore D.W.
Va., which hosts an annual kayak festival.
Dukesaw Kayaks offers a variety kayak packages for those who want to explore more of the region or just want to enjoy the scenic views.
The packages include two- or three-person kayaks, a paddle, kayaking and a tour.
Kayaking and paddling kayaks are both popular.
Dikembe and the Kayaks on the Hill have kayaks that cost up to $1.1 million.
Dakota Kayaks also offers kayaks to rent for $300 a night and is a popular option.
There are many different options for the Dutchesaw Kayak Tour.
The tour is free and can be booked online or by calling the Dukesaws at (202) 488-0031.
DVA Kayaks has kayaks and other options for rent that range from $200 to $450.
D-Day Kayaks, located just outside of Washington, offers kayak tours from $50 to $200 a night with a variety options.
A $200 per person tour can be arranged with a tour guide for an extra $50.
The Kayaks in the Sky, located in Dauphin, also offers tours for $40.
Kayakers are welcome to rent their own kayaks.
Dora, located on the outskirts of Washington’s Capital Region, rents kayak-equipped kayaks from $65 a night for those interested in exploring the region, with a minimum age requirement of 18 years old.
For those who prefer the comfort of a traditional paddle, Dora offers a full day paddle, a one-hour tour and a guided guided kayak ride.
For the more adventurous types, D-Dakas offers a kayaks-for-dinner option that includes a paddle and lunch, along with a night kayak cruise.
Kay Kay Adventures has kayak and paddle rentals for $75 per night, with the minimum age for a tour of Dora being 18.
Kayahawks, a family-owned company that rents kayaking trips, has also developed its own line of kayaks priced at $125 per night.
The company is based in Alexandria, Virginia, with offices in