Easy-to-maneuver two person kayak at a great price
Intelligent design and construction—tracks better and paddles easier
Excellent stability—great kayak for all ages
Comfortable and adjustable high back seats with cup holder
Large 21'' x 94'' cockpit—easy in/easy out
Adjustable foot braces
Rear deck bungee and side paddle keepers
Comfortable, stable, and lightweight, the Bass Pro Shops® Excursion II Tandem Kayak is sure to be a family favorite during weekends on your favorite stream. This twin kayak sports a superior design that tracks better and paddles easier than other kayaks in its class while retaining excellent stability for paddlers of all ages. High back seats provide exceptional comfort in the middle of a larger 21'' x 94'' cockpit that's easy to get in and out of. The Excursion II allows for personalized setup, with its sliding and adjustable seats and adjustable foot braces. This easy paddling kayak also helps you keep track of your gear with a rear deck bungee and side paddle keepers. 14' long by 31'' wide. 68 lbs. Maximum weight capacity: 450 lbs.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Bruce4253 Stable boat
This boat is very stable. I used it in the MR340 race on the Big Muddy. It definately stayed upright, which was a must for me. I hauled all of my gear for 4 days paddling solo. The drawback of being stable, is that this boat is slow. With some added seat padding it was comfortable enough. I also threw a line out the back when training on the local lake and caught several fish that way. It worked great for me as a small, low center of gravity solo canoe. The straps holding the seat backs up both broke during the race, but that is some hard use, so no mark off for that.
November 24, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Slimboy Exactly What I Wanted
We love our new kayak and the delivery experience from Bass Pro Shop was exactly as promised...very reasonable and very prompt.
One item of concern was that when we unwrapped the kayak there were several deep scratches on the hull. No big deal with the use of the craft, we just would have preferred making our own scratches.
Go kayakers everywhere!!!
June 13, 2010