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Sandpiper 130

Sandpiper 130 Description

Based on the classic Sandpiper, the new Sandpiper 130 has been extended to 13 feet, given an 18 inch oval rear hatch, and a removable Cloud 10 Framed seat. The Sandpiper 130 has a large cockpit making getting in or out of the kayak a breeze. Bring a dog, a camera, the groceries, and don’t forget the fishing rod. Paddle for hours in total comfort, then take the seat with you for a beach chair.

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Sandpiper 130 Specs and Features

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

Additional Attributes

  • Seat: Removable framed Cloud 10

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Sandpiper 130 Reviews

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5

I've been paddling an…

Submitted by: paddler780219 on 5/22/2020
I've been paddling an Eddyline Sandpiper for 5 years now and couldn't be more pleased with the product. Easy to paddle, tracks well, cuts through the water with speed and looks great. Highly durable and maintains its integrity over time. Lightweight (39 pounds) so easy to get on the water and back to car top. Excellent value for the dollar. Best kayak on the water in my opinion and I've tried several. I would highly recommend Eddyline - you can't go wrong - and they stand behind their product with excellent after purchase support.
5

Great fun and, very portable…

Submitted by: paddler780353 on 5/22/2020
Great fun and, very portable and hold up well in sunlight and saltwater.
5

This kayak is very easy to…

Submitted by: katkwik on 5/22/2020
This kayak is very easy to get into and out of. It tracks very well .It has loads of room in the cockpit. It looks stunning in yellow/white ! OI could not be happier!
5

I've been paddling an…

Submitted by: paddler780219 on 5/22/2020
I've been paddling an Eddyline Sandpiper for 5 years now and couldn't be more pleased with the product. Easy to paddle, tracks well, cuts through the water with speed and looks great. Highly durable and maintains its integrity over time. Lightweight (39 pounds) so easy to get on the water and back to car top. Excellent value for the dollar. Best kayak on the water in my opinion and I've tried several. I would highly recommend Eddyline - you can't go wrong - and they stand behind their product with excellent after purchase support.
5

My wife and I spent many…

Submitted by: paddler780254 on 5/22/2020
My wife and I spent many hours reviewing numerous kayaks before purchasing our Eddyline Sandpiper 130’s. The time paid off well. We were looking for a quality product that would be comfortable and perform well and couldn’t be happier. We wanted a stable kayak that we could fish and photograph from without sacrificing decent performance for just paddling around and these are as close to perfect for us as anyone could find. The bonus of excellent gear storage and that removable seat has made our choice even better. We’ve been out in windy conditions with some whitecaps as well as glassy smooth water and have had a blast! For us, we couldn’t be happier!
4

The original kayak i looked…

Submitted by: In2deep101 on 5/5/2020
The original kayak i looked at or that brought me to the in the store in first place was the Skylark. Nice kayak but it felt a little cluster phobic. Then i saw the Sandpiper 130 in seagrass color. Color looks much nicer in person to me anyway (darker). But the Sandpiper 130 caught my eye because of the features it provided. At 13 Feet it was long enough to track straight but short enough, when edging, still being responsive and maneuverable. So without getting into a small kayak for quick cornering (to me limited to my other needs) or getting into a long "sea" kayak type. This craft will fill a large niche in my type of kayaking. From creeks and Lazy Rivers, ( "Not white water of course") to calm lakes. i can use it as a quick, Float down a lazy river to a 3-4 day camping trip if so desired. It really is a cross between a tour and recreational kayak. At 28" wide makes it pretty stable, 390 lbs load capacity, you can do some light camping. It has a nice large rear dry hatch opening (18") to take on some larger dry bags for that camping gear. Both front and rear hatches have rubber sealed lids that so far have done their job. front and rear sealed bulk heads. I'm a little older paddler at 56, and love the larger cockpit to get in out of and plenty of room for my cocker spaniel which i hope to bring with me one day. Another cool feature is the removable cloud 10 seat that appears to pretty comfortable so far. Now for some negatives but by all means were not a deal breaker.... It weighs in at 49 lbs without the seat. Still manageable for me to lift it to the roof of my Jeep Cherokee. The back rest is higher than the back deck. This maybe an issue if planning on leaning back in executing an eskimo roll. Finding a good fitting spray skirt might also be a small issue, again because of the seats high back rest. i have heard of someone mentioning to use a lap skirt, a skirt that doesn't wrap all the way around the paddler. but helps with any spills coming over the bow. To sum it up, i wanted a sit in kayak to use in various types of waters and have the capabilities of loading it up when needed. Easy to move through the water. being able to cast a rod if needed, Nice open cock pit. Not too heavy of a kayak. Respond quickly. Fun to paddle and feel confidently in. Lastly, looks good in the water to as you do ...lol. My pick ... The Sandpiper 130 hit all my boxes in my check list. Hope it can for you too.
5

I love my Eddyline Sandpiper…

Submitted by: deborah.dustman on 5/3/2020
I love my Eddyline Sandpiper kayak I purchased from Osprey Bay Outdoors in Clearwater, FL. My pretty yellow kayak glides like a dream and helps me paddle fast, which is saying something for a 64 year old, less-than-fit woman with our 13 year old Pug onboard! I can even beat my hubby in his Larger Eddyline Stratofisher 130 fishing kayak! Osprey Bay is a full-service paddling store with a superb inventory of everything anybody needs to get out on the water. The super-friendly and accommodating owners lead fun paddling outings once a month to places all over the Central Gulf Coast, making it easy to get acquainted with the beauty all around us. Their Kayaking trips are great for all ages, and rentals are available for those who still haven’t sprung for their own kayak.
5

SandPiper 130 , Awesome Kayak…

Submitted by: paddler543837 on 4/28/2020
SandPiper 130 , Awesome Kayak , Awesome Company The Eddyline 130 is a great kayak. It’s about as perfect as you can get to if you’re looking for a kayak for Leisurely paddling time on the water but still want a kayak that will and can accelerate when you want or need to . That cloud 10 seat might be as comfortable as a lazy boy recliner and you will be tempted to plop your feet up out of the cockpit and up on the deck and take a nap . It has Ginormous amounts of cargo carrying capacity and there’s even room behind the seat . The stability is fantastic, both primary and secondary. It would take an extreme effort to flip this kayak and some smaller or weaker people may not be able to even do it. When you want to lean into a turn you can feel the secondary kick in and just hold you up even in very tight turns . It handles all kinds of chop perfectly. It rides over small / medium size waves like a fishing bobble coming from all directions, no need to steer into them anymore like in a lot of other kayaks. This kayak is very light for its size and you know the second you run your hands over it this is quality. It's a super strong , super comfortable & super safe kayak. Then there’s the people at Eddyline. They go above and beyond. One in particular ( Tom ) rewrites the meaning of customer service. He managed to arrange delivery of my custom order 130 even during a dam pandemic With all REI’S temporarily closed . Ya , he’s a badass. This is a great made in the USA product by people who know what they’re doing. I would recommend this or any Eddyline kayak to anyone interested in hitting the water with comfort , safety and your piece of mind as their priorities.
5

The Eddyline is new to me…

Submitted by: phclub on 8/30/2019

The Eddyline is new to me since July 2019. Previously I was using a heavier kayak (11lbs heavier) with different plastic composition. The Sandpiper is easy to port on to my 2016 Outback this was part of my motivation to purchase. Secondly I was looking for lighter kayak that was still very sturdy and with similar profile and large cockpit size. It is easy to get into and the profile of this kayak (plus lighter weight) makes it easy to paddle and stable in heavy sea chop with no splash over. It also surfs nicely , the weight balance seems to be just right to ride small surf. Very pleased overall.

5

I did a demo day at my local…

Submitted by: TML on 11/19/2018

I did a demo day at my local outfitters paddling spot on a calm lake. I tried several brands sit inside and sit on top kayaks of varied designs. I liked most of them but I fell in love with this kayak! It is very responsive- super fast up to hull speed which is pretty fast and efficient , so much I was pleasantly surprised, the cockpit is very roomy, very comfy seat, it tracks well, it's very stable ( initial and secondary stability are both excellent), it just felt right immediately- I have a fickle lower back ( chronic moderate to severe lower back pain) and the cloud 10 lawn chair style seat in a good performing kayak is a home run Eddyline! I immediately went to my local shop and bought myself a blue over silver Eddyline Sandpiper 130.