Current Designs Whistler
14 feet 6 inches (442 cm)
24.25 inches (61.6 cm)
58 pounds (27 kg)
400 pounds (180 kg)
A great kayak for padddlers wanting to transition from a recreational kayak, the Whistler was designed for paddlers who spend their time in a wide variety of waters. It's a stable, user friendly, rotomolded kayak, that comes complete with a large comfortable cockpit, Dimension Adjustable Seat Back, and bow and stern hatches.
The upswept bow makes the Whistler highly maneuverable while keeping you dry when wave's kick up. A great boat for activity oriented paddlers like photographers or fishermen. A Current Design foiled blade rudder is optional.
Here's what other sites are saying:
Current Designs transitional kayaks bridge the gap between recreational and sea kayaks. Stable enough for beginners, they reward good paddling skills and increase confidence. This is a great choice for the paddler wishing to move up to a higher performance boat without sacrificing the stability of a recreational kayak. Upswept bow makes it highly maneuverable while keeping you dry if the waves kick up. The Revolution Seating System (RSS) features a one-of-a kind rotating axis that provides unmatched leg support. It's quickly adjustable so you can customize the seat's position to match your paddling style and body type. Contoured plush foam padding cover the bottom and sides of the seat allowing for exceptional comfort. Equipped with two storage hatches with almost 9,000 cubic inches of space more than enough for an overnight trip to a secluded island. It's also a good choice for active users like fishermen, photographers or fitness paddlers. Dry bags are recommended for storing gear in the hatches. Foam bulkhead adds flotation. Comfortable seat is fully adjustable. USA. Dimensions 14'6" x 24". Approx. weight 61 lb. Cockpit size 37.25" x 16.5". Capacity 400 lb. Front hatch volume 60.8 liters (3,710 cu. in.) Rear hatch volume 83.6 liters (5,102 cu. in.)