Wilderness Systems Pamlico 160T Tandem Kayak with Rudder

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Built with a convertible solo/tandem seat system and a pop-in/pop-out child seat, the versatile Pamlico 160T is all the kayak you'll need!

  • Features

    • Rounded hull and performance features let you explore numerous environments, from lakes, to Class II rivers and even gentle surf
    • High-density Gen2™ polyethylene is very durable and easy to maintain
    • Retractable rudder improves tracking and maneuvering capabilities of kayak; rudder is deployed and controlled from stern seat
    • Outfitted with Phase3™ high-back seats, allowing you to easily adjust seats' recline, back height and thigh support
    • Seats can be adjusted on the fly to relieve fatigue on long trips or locked in for improved performance
    • Seat system allows you to change seat configuration in a flash, switching quickly from solo to tandem, tandem to solo or adding the child seat
    • Roomy cockpit offers comfort and a boat that's easy to get in and out of, even for full-size paddlers
    • Foot pedal-controlled rudder system with deployment controls in cockpit helps with steering and tracking when you need it most
    • Rock-solid stability makes it perfect for fishing, photography and family paddling, but its efficiency means it works well for weekend touring too
    • Comes equipped with carry handles, stern deck rigging and cup holders built into the seats
    • Named for Pamlico Sound, a protected sound between the North Carolina coast and the Outer Banks

    Made in USA.

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  • Technical Specs

    Material(s)

    Polyethylene

    Length

    15 ft. 6 in.

    Width

    33 inches

    Depth

    16 inches

    Weight

    83 pounds

    Cockpit Size

    79 x 23 inches

    Hatch Capacity

    UA

    Weight Capacity (lbs)

    650 pounds

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