Submitted by: Anonymous on 4/7/2016
Submitted by: sbarbian on 7/30/2013
The Maui also has a great stern cargo area. We were doing field research, collecting crabs, and were able to fit all of our gear and have access to it while sitting. (plastic milk crates work well for organizing gear.) The hull shape of the Maui lends itself to some hull slap it the water is anything but a mirror surface.
I should also note that the Maui I paddled was old, had been used and abused, and took on water. So I imagine that the excess water weight I carried in the hull didn't help the perceived slowness of the kayak.
All in all, the Hobie is a good solid kayak I would recommend it those looking to get into the sport of kayaking.
Submitted by: Anonymous on 2/9/2010
I would definitely recommend the Hobie Maui for whatever you want to do.
Submitted by: Anonymous on 12/22/2004
Submitted by: Anonymous on 3/15/2004
With a few dry sacks you can bring anything with you. With a few folding chairs and a cooler, we basically Kayak so that we may find beaches that others can’t get too. But we also take full day trips as well, and these boats prove they are very tough. This Summer I will fish off of mine. That review will come later.
Submitted by: Anonymous on 9/2/2003
Draw-Backs, your going to get wet, how wet is your choice. All SOT kayaks, your going to get wet. Also I noticed about a cup of water each time in the body of the kayak when I am out. I have had this problem also with other kayaks. For a safe,fun and yet well controlable easy to paddle kayak, You can not beat this Hobie Maui for value and Quality. Go get on, You will not regret it.
Submitted by: Anonymous on 1/16/2002
Submitted by: Anonymous on 9/11/2000