Boat Book – Point 65 Kayaks

Each week, we highlight companies in Canoe & Kayak’s 2010 Boat Book. Today, we look at the 2010 designs of Point 65. Stay tuned next week for more from our Boat Book.


TEQUILA! SOLO

$699 in roto-molded polyethylene

L: 9’8″; W: 29.5″; 48.5 lbs.


A new level of innovation for recreational kayaks. A fun, versatile and high-performance sit-on-top kayak that is exceptionally easy to carry, store and haul. The revolutionary solo or tandem combination is the solution you were waiting for.



TEQUILA! TANDEM

$1,099 roto-molded polyethylene

L: 13’8″; W: 29.5″; 77 lbs.


A new level of innovation for recreational kayaks. A fun, versatile and high-performance sit-on-top kayak that is exceptionally easy to carry, store and haul. The revolutionary solo or tandem combination is the solution you were waiting for.



WHISKY 16

$2,899 vacuum-bagged fiberglass

L: 16′; W: 22″; 55 lbs.


The Whisky 16 is an agile touring kayak developed by Nigel Foster. With a fuller bow and stern shape, the design makes it ideal for rough-water paddling and play in surf and current, both for experts and beginners.



XP18

$2,899 in vacuum-bagged fiberglass

L: 18′; W: 21.2″; 55 lbs.


Faster. More stable. A lean, mean, touring machine, the XP18 is the first of a new series of kayaks, all with exceptional glide, consuming mile after mile with little effort. Aggressive looks—with performance to match.



XO16

$1,999 in vacuum-bagged fiberglass

L: 16’5″; W: 22.8″; 53 lbs.


Luxury touring made affordable. Finally, a flawless fiberglass touring boat with great performance at a great price. This is the affordable, comfortable high-quality kayak, ideal for entry-level paddlers as well as clubs or outfitters who are seeking to upgrade their fleets.


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