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Current Designs Solstice GT Kayak

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Description

The Solstice is a classic performance touring kayak that has long been a staple on the West Coast. Made by Current Designs, a company started by Ocean River’s one and only Brian Henry, this kayak slices and glides effortlessly over the water and has more than enough room for any multi-day trip. The hull is designed with a soft chine making edging easier at all angles, and the length of the hull, shape of the bow and folding rudder make this boat track incredibly well. The cockpit opening on the Solstice is smaller to prevent the skirt from popping off the combing in heavy waves and rough conditions. This is the most popular of all composite kayaks and the premium option for big water and serious distance.

Current Design’s fibreglass laminate is vacuum-bagged, allowing them to select and place reinforcing materials for optimum strength and stiffness without adding unnecessary weight. The result is the renowned Current Designs crafting and performance characteristics with a beautiful composite finish.

Want a custom boat? Pick your own colour and material and get in touch with us to have it specially ordered for you. 

Specifications

Weight: 54 lbs

Overall Length: 17′ 7″ (535.94cm)

Width: 24.50″ (62.23cm)

Depth: 14.00″ (35.56cm)

Cockpit Size:

Length: 33.00″ (83.82cm)

Width: 16.50″ (41.91cm)

Bow Hatch:

Length: 15.50″ (39.37cm)

Width: 7.50″ (19.05cm)

Volume: 19.00Gal. (71.82L)

Stern Hatch:

Length: 16.50″ (41.91cm)

Width: 8.50″ (21.59cm)

Volume: 34.00Gal. (128.52L)

Additional information

Size

17'7"X24.5"

Colour

YELLOW/GREY

Construction

FIBREGLASS

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