Dagger Blackwater 13.5 Tandem Kayak with Skeg

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Share a serene mountain lake with a good friend. The skeg of this stable yet quick tandem kayak enhances tracking, the stern hatch swallows up gear.

  • Features

    • Fun for all ages and skill levels, the minimal length ensures responsive handling, be it pond paddling to mild river riding and everything in-between
    • Large carrying capacity for weekend camping options; stern bulkhead with dual-density rubber hatch cover keeps gear dry and easily accessible
    • Offers excellent initial and secondary stability for confident handling in sub-par conditions
    • Moderate hull length helps increase acceleration, speed and glide with uncompromised stability
    • Stern seat has controls for deployment of Tru-Trak™ drop skeg which gives you the option of better tracking or maneuverability
    • Thermofoam seat and back pads use soft, contoured foam covered in a textured stretch material for plush comfort and protection from the cold
    • Adjustable foot braces, bungee deck rigging and toggle carry handles improve comfort and convenience
    • Exolar™ polyethylene construction is highly durable and is nearly maintenance-free for years of dependable use
    • Slide the bow seat into the center to go solo and gain extra gear space for longer cruises or use snap-in child seat for family trips
    • DVD owner's manual provides a review on kayak safety and fun, plus specific information on boat outfitting so you're more comfortable in your new boat

    Made in USA.

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Flatwater Kayaking

    Material(s)

    Exolar hyper-density resin

    Length

    13 ft. 10 in.

    Width

    30.25 inches

    Depth

    13 inches

    Weight

    78 pounds

    Cockpit Size

    80 x 21 inches

    Number of Paddlers

    2-person

    Hatch Capacity

    2650 cubic inches

    Weight Capacity (lbs)

    475 pounds

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