15' 3"
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Denali Description

The Denali is a kayak brought to you by Eddyline Kayaks. Read Denali reviews or submit your own review to share with the paddling community. Check out a few other kayak recommendations below or explore all kayaks to find the perfect one for you!

Denali Specs and Features

  • Structure: Rigid / Hard Shell
  • Cockpit Type: Sit Inside
  • Seating Configuration: Solo
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult, Larger Adult
  • Skill Level: Intermediate, Advanced
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult, Larger Adult
  • Skill Level: Intermediate, Advanced

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Denali Reviews

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What a beautiful boat. The…

Submitted by: paddler834778 on 7/31/2020
What a beautiful boat. The ABS construction produces a shiny smooth surface that is significantly stiffer than poly. It is a very fast boat and its design is so graceful. It takes awhile to get used to its initial stability which can feel a bit tippy at first. Overall it ends up being stable. The AKRF is easy to deploy but hardly needed as the Denali tracks very true regardless of wind direction. Very well built quality construction. Lots of space without being sloppy. It’s a boat that makes you feel good while enjoying the paddle. Very nice rig.

It’s fast and easy to paddle.…

Submitted by: paddler783923 on 5/29/2020
It’s fast and easy to paddle. I wish the rudder was a little better. It’s stable enough and has adequate storage. I liked it enough I’m buying a sit on top Eddyline.

We purchased the Denali for…

Submitted by: paddler780191 on 5/29/2020
We purchased the Denali for my husband with the goal to start paddling lakes of the Midwest and head to Isle Royale for bigger water adventures. The Denali is a beautiful quality boat, but is a bit tippier than my novice kayaking husband likes. We probably should have put him in something with less of a tine angle or a wider bottom. On smaller lakes he is a bit rocky, but in actual big water and waves his boat shines and he actually feels much more secure than our other boats. It has great storage capacity and loads well for our multi-day camping trips. We love our light Eddylines for portaging. Carrying it up and over the .8 mile beast of a portage from Duncan Bay to Tobin Harbor went pretty well.