Submitted by: StevenR60 on 8/11/2016
This kayak is built to travel long distances. Loads of storage at over 16 feet in length with a large, comfortable cockpit. I'm 6'1" and over 250 lbs. (working on losing extra weight gained after an injury to my spine pretty much keeps me off my feet) yet I found myself wondering how best to fill up the extra space I have for storage while paddling. It's pretty easy to hang things off the rim of the cockpit (apologies to any experienced paddlers out there who might be cringing).
It's also built for someone who's a more experienced paddler than I. The round bottom allows big waves to roll unhindered underneath the boat, but at my beginner skill level with nerve damage in my lower back it gets exhausting. However, I'm sure the average or better paddler who doesn't have to use a walker on land to get around would probably find this boat pure joy for day trips or long excursions.
Submitted by: Anonymous on 5/31/2004