Port Townsend, WA
Murrelet SDC / 2PD / 4PD / FTD
$972/$980/$985/$995 in glass/wood/glass composite, stich-n-glue kit
SDC – L: 17'; W: 22"; D: 12"; 38 lbs.
2PD – L: 17'; W: 22"; D: 12"; 37 lbs.
4PD – L: 17'; W: 22"; D: 12"; 38 lbs.
FTD – L: 17'; W: 22"; D: 12"; 37 lbs.
Long, sleek, and fast our NEW Murrelet design is a high performance touring kayak. Designed with a low rear deck and rear cockpit height for easy Greenland rolling and reentry. Available with four deck designs allowing the builder to choose the fit and function best suited to them.
$929, glass/wood/glass composite, stitch-n-glue kit
L: 15.8'; W: 24" D: 12"; 38 lbs
The Osprey Std continues to be one of our top-selling kayaks thanks to her strong-tracking hull and sophisticated multi-chine design. Magazine review: "One of the most comfortable boats I've ever paddled. I felt secure in it immediately ... I paddled over 10 miles and felt like I'd hardly done any work."
$759, glass/wood/glass composite, stitch-n-glue kit
L: 13'; W: 22"; D: 10.5″; 26 lbs.
Designed for petite women up to 5'3" and 120 lbs. With low wetted surface and the same waterline length as our Tern 14, keeping pace with stronger paddlers is a breeze. Light, quick and designed to turn well, and track solidly. At 26 lbs., car topping and portaging is a cinch.
OSPREY DOUBLE / TRIPLE
$1,229 / $1,314, glass/wood/glass composite, stitch-n-glue kit
L: 20'; W: 30″; D: 13.5″; 60 lbs.
Weighing only 60 lbs., these Ospreys are a pleasure to paddle and easy to load. Her 30" beam holds you steady in rough water. The Triple's a great choice for families, or those that like to bring the dog. She can also be paddled solo in trim from the center cockpit.
TAIGA WILDERNESS TRIPPER CANOE
$1,229, glass/wood/glass composite, stitch-n-glue kit
L: 17′; W: 35"; 60 lbs.
Designed for extended wilderness travel, the Taiga tracks nicely and displays good manners in a variety of conditions. Magazine review: "The finished product draws admiring stares ... and it handles well on the water too. Final stability is outstanding. In strong wind and waves, the hull felt reassuring and secure."