So why is this called a “convertible” kayak? The reason is that it can be set up as a double kayak or place the seat in the middle, a solo kayak. This brilliant design comes standard with inflatable backrest seats and a drop stitch floor for incredible stability.
Its paddling performance is as good if not better than most plastic hard shell kayaks. The versatile open deck can be closed with optional deck covers. Then you are also able to use a kayak skirt in colder weather. The convertible Advanced Frame kayak has aluminium rib-frame technology in the bow and stern plus a skeg to help trackability.
This kayak is remarkable, and we use them regularly in our tour business.
- This kayak can be paddled as a single or double due to a range of different seat positions
- Best in flat water as it has a big open deck (optional deck covers available)
- Great if you are long-legged, this the kayak is for you
- Great family kayak with plenty of room
- Takes about 12 minutes to inflate
- Weighs only 23.5kgs
- Max weight 249kgs (comes standard with a drop-stitch floor for added buoyancy)