An ocean kayak is quite different from a regular kayak in many ways. The first noticeable difference between sea kayaks and regular kayaks is their design. Sea kayaks are long and narrow, a feature that makes the rack well. You can keep them in straight light and also go much faster. On the other hand, regular kayaks are wide and short. As s result, they are quite slow but able to make quick turns.
Another noticeable difference between the two is that sea kayaks have rudders, which allows kayakers to paddle even through strong winds while regular ones don’t have rudders.
Sea kayaks are tippy. They are designed to handle rough water and thus more prone to capsizing, especially when hit by large waves. On the other hand, regular kayaks have filter hulls and very difficult to tip. Sea kayaks also have a smaller cockpit compared to that of a regular kayak.