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Mirage Passport 12.0

by  Hobie

Mirage Passport 12.0 Description

The 12-foot Mirage Passport takes you where you want to go with ease and world-class authority with pedal propulsion. When you’re not relaxing in the Passport’s breathable mesh seat, a wider cockpit area with EVA floor padding provides a stable platform for standing and stretching your legs or casting a lure. There’s plenty of real estate to stash equipment on the bow or stern cargo areas and more below deck access through the center 8” Twist-n-Seal hatch. Anglers will be happy that the Passport 12 has a transducer cavity and scupper for simple install of your favorite fishfinder and a Power-Pole® Micro bracket indent to mount your favorite shallow water anchor. Additional features include steering system with stowable rudder, two fishing rod holders, accessory tracks, and under seat and gunnel tackle storage.

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Mirage Passport 12.0 Specs and Features

  • Structure: Rigid / Hard Shell
  • Cockpit Type: Sit on Top / Open Cockpit
  • Seating Configuration: Solo
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult
  • Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
  • Ideal Paddler Size: Average Adult
  • Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced

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I'm impressed, after just one…

Submitted by: paddler30180 on 9/9/2020
I'm impressed, after just one 'voyage' of 4 miles on a calm lake it is faster and less tiring than paddling. The stability is amazing, can support standing up without fear of capsizing. Pros: Stability, easy set up and/or removal of components, tracks well with hand operated lever, optional Bimini canopy is great! Fits on top of vehicle with just standard roof rack Cons: Heavy, need 2 people to lift (unless you're a body builder!) slower than a standard kayak if using paddle instead of pedal