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Aerius II 545 Expedition

  • 17' 11" Length
  • 34" Width
  • 68 Weight (lbs)
  • $ 4,774 MSRP

Aerius II 545 Expedition Description

USAGE:

Multipurpose for rugged conditions. Same profile as the Classic but with a stronger hull and keel strips for handling more rugged conditions.

CONSTRUCTION: A black reinforced TPU Hull with a water proof breathable Egyptian cotton deck is supported by a hand crafted triple dipped Ash and Birch frame. Assembly is effortless with Klepper’s unique patented snap-lock system.

FEATURES: Two 2.4" and one 10" TPU keel strip, adjustable molded foam seat and backrest, perimeter safety line, two air sponsons, deck bungee and carrying toggle. Paddle pockets. Price includes two carrying bags. A 10 inch longer cockpit - more leg room for taller paddlers.

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Aerius II 545 Expedition Specifications

  • Seating Configuration: Tandem
  • Weight: 68 lbs
  • Length: 17' 11"
  • Width: 34"
  • Cockpit Dimensions (L × W): 116.00 × 16.50"
  • Primary Material: Folding/Inflatable

Aerius II 545 Expedition Features

  • Structure: Folding
  • Cockpit Type: Sit Inside

Recommended Usage

  • Activity Type: Recreation, Touring, Expedition
  • Water Type: Flat/Sheltered Water, Open Water/Ocean
  • Duration: Day Trip, 2-3 Day Trip
  • Skill Level: Intermediate, Advanced
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult, Larger Adult

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WE HAD BOUGHT the Klepper...

WE HAD BOUGHT the Klepper Aerius II (expedition) in 1997 when we were just married and before we had a home to live in. 40 years previously, I had paddled the same model with confidence the Bristol Channel and down the Rhone to the Mediterranean.

In our 60s and seventies now, we have paddled about 2000 miles on the Elbe, Danube and elsewhere. It's a fine boat and we have flown with it as "sports equipment" at very reasonable rates, with Airberlin.

I bought the full sailing kit but have not yet cruised with that. There is a simpler off-wind sailing rig that may serve us better. It's a fine thing to own... and fiddle with! Very much in the tradition of "Messing about with boats". The folding Klepper gives a good return on the initial high investment, unlike the small yacht we recently sold.