by  TAHE
17' 3"
Width (in)
Weight (lb)

Bayspirit Options

  • 54 lb
    Fiberglass Composite
  • 52 lb
    Kevlar/aramid Composite

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    Bayspirit Description

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    Bayspirit 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

    Bayspirit Reviews

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    I bought a Kevlar composite…

    Submitted by: paddler895236 on 11/8/2020
    I bought a Kevlar composite second hand. So far my experience in the boat is very good. Very stable, more than I thought it would be, which makes it harder to edge as it just wants to return to upright more than many other kayaks I have paddled. Light to load on the roof, (about 22kg). Didn't seem effected by strong side winds, tracks well too, this one has the Skeg and I paddle most of the time with just a bit of that and leave the rudder up. The rudder has been replaced on mine, previous owner said the plastic one tended to wander back to about 45deg and impeded the use of it. Seat is excellent, maybe a bit high, but that does make it better for getting the paddle in close to the boat. A confidence inspiring boat for newcomers, but maybe a bit boring for those who want to edge and have a more responsive boat. As yet I have not loaded it for camping or done any surf work, but I think it would be stable under load.