17' 7"
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Scorpio MKII HV CLX Description

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Scorpio MKII HV CLX Specs and Features

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

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I love this boat. I have been…

Submitted by: MrBlueSky on 10/27/2020
I love this boat. I have been kayaking for 3 years and I bought this as my first sea kayak a year ago. Before I bought I followed the advice I was given which was to try as many boats as you can before you settle on the one to buy. I tried 12 different boats and this one was the best. It is very comfortable for me - 6’ and 103kg. There is room for my feet in my size 11 wetsuit boots. The boat tracks well and the Skeg is there if you need it. It also turns very quickly when needed. It is reasonably fast. It is also very stable, which I was looking for as I wanted to be able to sit in the water with my binoculars watching birds and not be worried about staying upright. Weight wise I think it is a little heavier than the 65lb in the literature - 70lbs on my scales - but this doesn’t stop me lifting it onto my j-bars. The build quality is good on my boat and the deck fittings are good with plenty of places to have a pump, spare paddles, paddle float etc. Comes with a compass binnacle and is set up for a sail. I am intending to use this sail foot to mount a camera pole as I don’t think I’ll get a sail. Rolling the boat is fine, self rescue also works well. The cockpit is virtually dry once you invert the boat and lift the bow. And to top it off it is a lovely blue colour with yellow deck lines. Others tell me it is very visible from a distance compared to the red, dark blue, green and yellow boats.

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