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  • Sharp entry and exit lines offer excellent tracking; subtle V-hull lends itself to edged turns
  • Co-extruded ABS laminate creates a hull that offers the looks and performance of a composite kayak with the durability of plastic
  • Co-extruded ABS is lightweight, highly abrasion resistant and easily maintained
  • Dual-density foam backrest and fully padded seat bottom with thigh support; seat back has forward lean and height adjustment
  • Padded knee cushioning for all-day comfort
  • The oversized cockpit is great for those wanting to paddle with children or pets, and it allows easy access to fishing and photography gear
  • Adjustable foot braces promote proper paddling posture and support; contoured design is comfortable without footwear and won't catch on clothing
  • Fused Carbonlite front and rear bulkheads for dry storage and safety; bow and deck bungees for deck storage
  • Bow and stern carry handles retract for a quieter paddling experience

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Specs

Best Use Flatwater Kayaking
Material(s) Carbonlite (ABS)
Length 12 feet
Width 28 inches
Depth 12.5 inches
Weight 38 pounds
Cockpit Size 48 x 22 inches
Seat Type Padded / Foam
Number of Paddlers 1
Hatch Capacity Bow: 3,283; stern: 3,802 cubic inches
Weight Capacity (lbs) 350 pounds
Tracking System None
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I am considering an eddyline skylark vs a sandpiper. I am women, average height/weight. Getting in and out of kayak, is no problem. My main concern is which one tracks better, goes faster, smoother ride. Will be doing lakes and rivers. thanks

Asked by: kathy135
The Skylark has a smaller cockpit and is narrower so it will be more efficient in the water.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-04-06

Can a boat be too light? What is disadvantage of a light boat, if any? What are significant differences/things to consider b/w Eddyline Sandpiper and the Pongo 120 UL kayak? Thanks.

Asked by: john33
​We do not see any disadvantages of a boat being too light in weight. The Sandpiper and the Pongo 120 UL are very similar in both size and construction. Both are made from a very lightweight and durable ABS plastic. The Pongo has a larger cockpit. The Sandpiper has a bow and stern hatch. The Pongo just has a stern hatch.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-08

I have been considering the Eddyline Skylark or the Sandpiper. The main difference appears to be the cockpit size, beam and weight capacity. Is it the additional 2" of beam that provides for the increased weight capacity?

Asked by: seafarer23
The 2" wider beam in the Sandpiper kayak does impact the increased weight capacity. However, since the Sandpiper carries its width throughout more of the kayak, there is more water displacement which leads to a larger weight capacity.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-15
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