Current Designs Prana High Volume Kayak

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Description

The Prana is the product of collaboration between Current Designs and Danish designer Jesper Kromann-Anderson. It’s designed to be versatile, being at home in the surf, rock gardening and on calm seas. This kayak is one of the few Current Designs boats that have a hard chine, giving the small beamed Prana a surprising amount of initial stability. The moderate rocker allows the boat to track well and still be very manoeuvrable. Both fore and aft day hatches and fore and aft large hatches cover all your storage needs with an ease of access.

Current Designs uses only genuine Dupont Kevlar, giving an incredible weight to strength ratio. These boats are a breeze to lift off the car and carry to the launch and have intimate responsiveness on the water.

This is the high volume (Hv) version, also available in  low (Lv).

Specifications

Weight: 48 lbs

Overall Length: 17′ 0″ (518.16cm)

Width: 21.00″ (53.34cm)

Depth: 12.25″ (31.115cm)

Cockpit Size:

Length: 32.00″ (81.28cm)

Width: 16.50″ (41.91cm)

Bow Hatch:

Length: 9.50″ (24.13cm)

Width: 9.50″ (24.13cm)

Volume: 19.00Gal. (71.82L)

Day Hatch:

Length: 8.00″ (20.32cm)

Width: 8.00″ (20.32cm)

Volume: 11.00Gal. (41.58L)

Stern Hatch:

Length: 17.50″ (44.45cm)

Width: 10.00″ (25.4cm)

Volume: 22.00Gal. (83.16L).

Reviews (1)

ORS Big Kahuna -

Last year, I got a Prana LV and love how playful, yet comfortable it is. It dances on the water, with a light lean a turn is initiated and I can keep it on edge to spin the boats as I play in the waves. Initial stability is really good for a narrow boat and the boat carries enough gear for even longer trips if needed. I am enjoying it for my every day boat. The vacuum bag construction is typical CD high tech quality and all aspects are top notch. Loving it.
18/02/27
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