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Perception Prodigy II 14.5 Tandem with Rudder

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  • Inspired by the solo Prodigy hull, the Prodigy II 14.5 tandem kayak with rudder offers 2 paddlers a stable, easy ride in flatwater and light currents
  • Skid plate on the bottom of the hull increases durability and prolongs life of kayak
  • Soft yet supportive padded seats offer superb comfort, and adjustable backpads personalize the height and the angle of recline
  • Includes a removable padded kid's seat, and bow seat can be adjusted forward and backward using an innovative, on-the-fly tab system
  • Padded areas along the interior combing increases comfort for both paddlers, and adjustable footbraces offer a comfortable paddling position in both the bow and the stern
  • Controls near stern seat deploy foot-pedal-controlled rudder; rudder assists with tracking in rough conditions
  • The Perception Prodigy II 14.5 tandem kayak with rudder features a stern bulkhead to help keep contents in the stern hatch dry
  • Bow and stern bungee deck rigging stores accessories, and comfortable carry handles help you get to and from the water

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Perception Prodigy II 14.5 Tandem with Rudder Specs
Specification
Description
Best use
Flatwater kayaking
Polyethylene
Plastic
14 ft. 6 in.
31.25 inches
15.75 inches
76 pounds
90 x 22.75 inches
Padded / foam
2
Unavailable
550
Rudder
No
Material(s)
Hull construction
Length
Width
Depth
Weight
Cockpit size
Seat type
Number of paddlers
Hatch capacity
Weight capacity (lbs)
Tracking system
Foldable

Perception Prodigy II 14.5 Tandem with Rudder

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Rated 4.5/5 based on 2 reviews
Rated 4out of5
by fromPerception Prodigy II Tandem w/ Rudder The third seat suppose to be used for a child is a gimick. It is close to impossible to fit three comfortably. I thought this was a bit of a marketing ploy which was unrealistic for real use.
Date published: 2012-07-24
Rated 5out of5
by fromGreat service, Great boat We use our kayaks up and down the Willamette river, mostly (very calm water.) We bought this boat and the single 12' Carolina for the 3 of us. We did take them to the San Juan islands and in the surf it seemed a bit unstable, but it was also my first time in the surf, so it might just be me. We almost bought a cheap used tandem to save money, but after using this kayak, I am VERY happy we got a more comfortable kayak. The seat could be improved a bit and I find after a few hours, I need to get out and stretch. We got the rudder as I mostly paddle our 7-year old around and it really helps counteract our poor paddling style. It makes for a much more enjoyable trip. Also, when I paddle my girlfriend around, I am able to use the rudder to guide us in gently to get the best picture of that eagle, osprey, beaver or heron. The boat is on the heavy side, but we have worked out lifting as a team. Although I am working on rigging up something to make the lifting easier. At 75 pounds, this boat is pushing the limits of the stock roof racks on my Rav4. We have two kayaks and we often have to strap them together in the middle so this one doesn't sway in the wind. I did build a kayak cart out of PVC pipe and I am so glad I did. Running this boat down the dock when it is full of gear can be tiring, but with it balanced on a cart, one person can easily move it. This boat is very stable, although if you forget your technique, you can tip this boat and end up in the Tualatin river. (Not saying who did that, but I learned my lesson!) This boat is durable. There are some scratches we put there by running up on the shore, etc. but the don't affect the boat. It would take a lot for this boat to be seriously hurt.
Date published: 2013-08-18

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