Hey I am fairly new to paddling. I've done some river trips and found that I really enjoy experiencing the water and nature from a kayak. I've decided to plan a rather adventurous trip in the next five years. The goal is to do the Revillagigedo Island Marine Route in Alaska. It's a 150 mile plus trip. If that goes well I would like to do more in the inner passage. The problem I am having with this is I can look at kayaks all day and not know if what I am looking at is right for me. I am not planning this to be very soon. I intend to take rolling classes and do some longer distance kayaking closer to home as well before undertaking this. For now though I need help in researching and learning what kayaks would suit me for a trip like this. Anyone have any enlightening info for me? Or suggestions in planning a trip like this. It will be my first big adventure so to speak. 20+ days straight. I am excited but also cautious. I want to learn as much as I can beforehand.