Stellar S15LV Touring Kayak - 15'

Stellar S15LV Touring Kayak - 15'
Stellar S15LV Touring Kayak - 15'
Stellar S15LV Touring Kayak - 15'
Stellar S18 Touring Kayak - 18' Excel Construction - Next Level Kayaking - Hobart Tasmania Australia  - Paddling Coaching Shop
Stellar S15LV Touring Kayak - 15'
Stellar S18 Touring Kayak - 18' Advantage Construction - Next Level Kayaking - Hobart Tasmania Australia  - Paddling Coaching Shop
$3,495.00

 

The Stellar 15' (S15LV) Touring Kayak was designed for speed and stability for small to medium sized paddlers for touring and fitness paddling. The hull has long water lines and a soft chine and we added a moderate concavity along the keel of the bow and stern to help with tracking in rough conditions. For windy days and following seas, a drop-down rudder off the stern will help keep your course. Higher decks allow for a dryer paddle in rough conditions and a large stern and medium bow compartment provide ample storage for your longer tours. 

    Features - Excel Construction:

    • Weight: 15.7kg / 34.6 lbs 
    • Nomex Honeycomb Core
    • Deck: Woven Fibreglass and Woven Kevlar
    • Hull: Woven Fibreglass and Woven Kevlar
    • Clear-coat paint exterior

    Features - Multisport Construction:

    • Weight: 16.5kg / 36.4 lbs 
    • Soric Infusion Foam Core
    • Deck: Woven Fibreglass
    • Hull: Woven Hybrid (Carbon/Kevlar) and Woven Kevlar
    • Clear Gelcoat Exterior

    Features - Advantage Construction

    • Weight: 16.5kg / 36.4 lbs
    • Soric Infusion Foam core
    • Deck: Woven Fibreglass
    • Hull: Woven Fibreglass 
    • Clear Gelcoat Exterior

      Specs:

      • Length: 4.6m / 15' 1"
      • Width: 54.8 cm / 21'6"
      • Depth: 30 cm / 11.8"
      • Paddler:  1.5-1.87 m / 5' - 6'2" 
      • Capacity: up to 135 kg
      • Cockpit: Width - 43.68cm / Length - 81.5cm
      • Bow Storage: 62.08L / 16.4 Gal
      • Stern Storage: 99.93L / 26.4 Gal
      • Prices are ex Sydney

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