A sea kayak is a long, low, slim boat, usually pointed at both ends. It is paddled by one or sometimes two kayakers who sit on the bottom of the boat or on a very low seat and use paddles with a blade at each end. A kayak has a deck which covers the entire boat except for a hole (cockpit) in which the kayaker sits. Traditionally the cockpit is an opening to the inside of the hull, and the kayaker wears a flexible skirt which, when attached to the rim of the cockpit, seals the kayak and keeps the kayaker's lower half dry and warm. Due to been slim and long it needs good technique to paddle it efficiency.
In short the answer is no. Distances are quiet big in most cases and the cost of the gas plus the expenses are higher than the actual price of rental. That makes in most of the cases the cost not cheap for just a day of rental. If you require the equipment for several days it might worth, just drop us an email with the dates you are interested in and what gear you want.
Crete is the fifth largest island in the Mediterranean and the largest of the islands forming part of modern Greece. It is relatively long and narrow, stretching for 160 miles (260 km) on its east-west axis and varying in width from 7.5 (near Agios Nikolaos) to 37 miles (12 to 60 km). The administrative centre is Heraklion city. Getting from west to east requires a lots of driving due to road structure. It takes an approximately of 5 hours and 30 minutes without stops to get from Falasarna beach to Kato Zakros in Eastern Crete.