2011 Boat Book – ClearWater Design
$749 in rotomolded polyethylene
L: 11’8″; W: 27″; 46 lbs.
The Iqaluit is an excellent introduction to recreational kayaking. The large cockpit allows for easy entry and exit. It also offers fishermen and hobbyists lots of room and ready access to gear at their feet. The swede-form, V bottom hull is fast, stable and tracks very well.
$799 in rotomolded polyethylene
L: 11’8″; W: 26″; 46 lbs.
The Muskoka is the smallest of our Day Touring Kayaks. This compact design offers a very spacious cockpit with loads of leg room. The V bottom hull design provides excellent tracking. This sleek swede-form design is super-fast and stable.
$815 in rotomolded polyethylene
L: 13′; W: 28″; 49 lbs.
The Inuvik is the most spacious and stable kayak in our lineup. The large cockpit area is big enough to bring along a big dog or a small child. This fast, straight tracking kayak is a favorite with fishermen and cottagers.
$1,025 in rotomolded polyethylene
L: 13’6″; W: 24″; 47 lbs.
The Manitoulin’s soft chine hull provides good stability making this design an excellent choice for beginners. This lightweight and maneuverable kayak has a high deck and lots of leg room. The foot controlled rudder system is a standard feature.
$1,129 in rotomolded polyethylene
L: 14′; W: 24″; 49 lbs.
The Georgian Bay is a great choice for small to mid-sized paddlers. The hard chine hull is fast with great control and allows for carving turns. The foot controlled rudder system is a standard feature.