Perception Sport Pescador 12.0 Kayak
CSS seating system & Keepers foot braces
Two 6" Day hatches and oval DD hatch
Built-in "paddle parks"
Carrying handles on ends and sides
Stern bungee cord rigging to secure gear
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Product DescriptionFor beginning and advanced kayakers alike, the versatile Pescador 12.0 sit-on-top kayak is ready to perform. Ideal for fishing, surf play, or paddling lakes, ponds and sounds. Key features include a CSS seating system, comfort carry handles at ends and sides, and Keepers foot braces to optimize paddling comfort. Also offers two 6" day hatches, an oval DD hatch, "paddle parks," and stern bungee cord rigging to secure gear. Performance and paddling pleasure guaranteed!
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Q:How much does it weigh and what is the max weight capacity?Asked on 7/1/2012 by Ed, getting into kayaking from Hudson Valley, NY
Q:Can you easily swim on and off it? Some kayaks are virtually impossible to get back on if you fall off or go for a swim intentionally.Asked on 5/24/2012 by Tom from Houston,TX
Q:How much does it weigh?Asked on 4/9/2012 by Anonymous from Ocala Fl.
Q:what is the weight of this kyak and what is the weight capacity?Asked on 5/2/2011 by Chuck from Indianapolis in.
A:Weighs about 60# and the cap is 350# a rebadged 2008 Tarpon great boatAnswered on 9/4/2012 by riverrat from by the river
A:Weight is 60 lbs and the weight capacity is 350 lbs. Perception Sport has a website for more info.Answered on 4/7/2012 by El Pescador from Dunn, NC
Q:Does this Kayak have floation devises built in to the hull?Asked on 8/30/2010 by Anonymous
Q:I live in Coral Gables, FL. with lots of canals, and marsh. Also need to go out into Biscayne Bay to get to various inside canals, waterways, etc. Also, want to fish so atability is important. Has to sit high from water surface to avoid alligators!!! What do you suggest for both one or two adults max.? THANKSAsked on 5/29/2010 by Eugenio from Coral Gables (Miami) FL
A:Try one that is less then 12 feet. I have a Ocean Kayak Caper, just under 11 feet. Easy to maneuver but big enough to carry all my stuff and me (250 pounds). Good luck.Answered on 8/27/2010 by surge from Deltona