The 'Fina' kayak has been designed by Cristina Borràs as a foldable aquatic vessel that would provide a more functional, portable experience for those looking to explore waterways. The two-seater kayak features the ability to be folded in two spots thanks to a strategically designed aesthetic that breaks the unit up into three distinct sections. This is achieved with two five-degree transversal cuts that allow the bow and stern of the body to collapse into the middle section for easy storage in a vehicle.
The 'Fina' kayak identifies what can be done to make aquatic exploration gear more applicable for travelers who require an easier option when sightseeing. The kayak was created after a trip to Venice where Borràs was interested in sailing the canals, but was unable to store a two-seater kayak behind her car without paying for a larger parking spot.