2011 Boat Book – Riot Kayaks

Saint-Hubert, Quebec
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ESCAPE 9

L: 9′; W: 29″; 37 lbs., 250-max displacement

Stackable and easy to lock up through the molded-in front handle, the Escape 9 is the boat of choice for the chalet or to complement your rental fleet. Its arched hull design with drain holes make it a convenient, durable and agile kayak, fast for its length and a blast to take in the surf as well.



QUEST 9.5

L: 9’6″; W: 29″; 41 lbs., 300-max displacement

With its wide and stable, double-arch hull design and roomy cockpit, the Quest 9.5 is the boat of choice for an exciting afternoon on the lake! The hull grooves enhance the tracking qualities and the durability the Quest series is known for, while its short length keeps it maneuverable and makes it easy to load.



QUEST 10

L: 10′; W: 28″; 42 lbs., 325-max displacement

With its famous Greenland bow and arched multi-chine hull, the Quest makes paddling effortless and exciting. A wide outline and fine waterline make it stable yet give it a lively feel. You can safely lean on edge and style high- and low-brace turns, or just stretch and enjoy the sun in its roomy cockpit!



EDGE 11

L: 11′; W: 27″; 42 lbs., 275-max displacement

Low on the water, the stable and agile Edge 11 literally feels like a shrunk-down sea kayak thanks to its progressive chine and a generous, yet sleek outline. The integrated keel makes its hull stiff and the skeg lets it focus on destination, while the front deck rigging and rear watertight compartment take care of your belongings.



EDGE 13

L: 13′; W: 25″; 44 lbs., 300-max displacement

With an eye-pleasing low deck profile so you don’t feel lost inside, and a package of features that would make any sea kayak envious, the Edge 13 combines harmony of shape and relevancy of features. Its hull offers a nice blend of primary and secondary stability, so you’ll be comfortable immediately, in a boat that will grow with you.


EDGE 14.5
L: 14’6″; W: 22.5″; 47 lbs., 325-max displacement
With its slender bow and slim deck profile, the rudder-equipped Edge 14.5 is where elegance and efficiency cross paths: It has just the right amount of chine and keel to make it track well, yet has a swift and versatile character. To top it all off, it has most of the features serious sea kayaks call their own, minus the snobbishness.

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BRITTANY 16.5
L: 16’6″; W: 21.75″; 51 lbs., 350-max displacement
Fast and agile, yet accessible to paddlers of all skills, the Brittany’s stability instantly makes you feel at ease while its moderate width makes it possible for expert paddlers to express all the subtlety that is possible in fine sea kayak handling. Plenty of deck storage, a compass recess, lifelines and safety straps complete the package, with all due respect to the tradition of elegance the Brittany belongs to.

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AURA 18

L: 18′; W: 20.5″; 49 lbs., 325-max displacement
A true classic, the Aura has set the bar high both for performance and construction. Its length, moderate rocker and semi-hard chine make for a blinding fast and versatile hull that’s home anywhere, be it flatwater or the toughest conditions the sea can bring you. And you will leave with a smile on your face either way.

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ASTRO 54
L: 6’2″: W: 25″; 54 gal., 34 lbs.
The Astro series offers just the right combination of rocker and release edge first to free you from the water world, then to make safe and stylish contact, thanks to our trademark beveled side edges and just the right amount of hull surface, along with generous volume evenly distributed around the cockpit.

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ASTRO 58
L: 6’4″; W: 26″; 58 gal., 35 lbs.
The Astro series offers just the right combination of rocker and release edge first to free you from the water world, then to make safe and stylish contact, thanks to our trademark beveled side edges and just the right amount of hull surface, along with generous volume evenly distributed around the cockpit.

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THUNDER 65 and 76
Thunder 65 – L: 7’8”; W: 25.5”; 65 gals., 44 lbs.
Thunder 76 – L: 8’; W: 26”; 76 gals., 45 lbs.
For us, Thunder equals a fast, flat hull with the right amount of edge, combined with the deck volume to keep you floating high to effortlessly carve into and out of eddies or cruise across currents, surfing curlers. You can get right where you planned to be, once you get in the midst of the action.

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ESCAPE 12
L: 12’; W:30”; 55 lbs; 300-max displacement

The Escape 12 is a remarkably stable boat that tracks very well for a boat of its size. Equipped with 2 rod holders and plenty of storage, it is ideal for fishing, diving or just having a good time on the water. With four attachment points, mounted on independently adjustable straps, our comfortable high back and seat combo lets you customize your position to perfection in just a minute and stays put whatever the conditions.

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MAGNUM 72 & 80
Magnum 72-L: 7’11″; W: 26″; 72 gal., 44 lbs.
Magnum 80-L: 8’4″; W: 26.5″; 80 gal., 45 lbs.

The Magnum is your best bet if you want to tackle the biggest and steepest waters this planet has to offer. Its sleek deck shape and rocker profile make it resurface gradually without throwing you on your back, the shape of the stern and the volume behind the cockpit prevent stern squirts.

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QUEST 10HV
L: 10’; W:30”; 42 lbs; 350-max displacement
The Quest 10 HV was designed for comfort and maneuverability. It comes with a convenient sealed bulkhead to keep your stuff dry along with 2 rod and cup holders. Combine that with our contour fit outfitting equipped with a cushy, compression-molded seat pad that fully adjusts for your comfort and the Quest 10 HV is the ideal boat for leisurely cruise on the water.

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NINJA 6’8″ & 7’6″
Ninja 6’8”—L: 6’8”; W: 24”; 41 gals.,16.5 lbs.

Ninja 7’6”—L: 7’6”; W: 24”; 44 gals., 18 lbs.
A monster of speed, framed by a radically short template. With just the right amount of volume, this creature can style moves of its own and always land on its feet.

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