Awesome for self support, huge volume (300 plus liters, 80 1/2…
Awesome for self support, huge volume (300 plus liters, 80 1/2 gal) and no internal support needed because of the quality of the manufacturing process. It's too bad this company stopped making kayaks awhile back. The boat rolls easier than any other boat I've ever used... sooo forgiving!
Very comfortable and would be great for larger kayakers, I am 5' 11" 170lbs and the boat is all most too big for me (I have it adjusted almost all the way in) tons of foot room (my feet are us size 9 it could accommodate much larger feet than mine. The boat punches through waves and holes with ease and is easy to boof. As for value I bought this particular boat from a guy who won it in a raffle and it was brand stinking new (I even had to put the stickers and padding in). The boat is practically bulletproof, great really tough plastic.
I've had my Cerro for a year now. It is maneuverable, predictable…
I've had my Cerro for a year now. It is maneuverable, predictable, stable, comfortable, and has room for overnight gear storage. All ww. strokes work very well with the Cerro. It tracks well enough to paddle it for miles on flatwater. The boat is also one of the toughest I know of, and it only weighs 42lbs.
This kayak is awesome, it tracks extremely well on flatwater yet it…
This kayak is awesome, it tracks extremely well on flatwater yet it is very agile when you need it to be. No pillars mean lots of room for legs and storage. One could easily do overnights on the river in this boat. Not a playboat, but if you have fun riverrunnin this is a great boat.