Islander Kayaks Paradise II Tandem

 

RRP: £549.95
FROM: £508.85 (£424.04 ex VAT)

 

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Fast Tandem Sit On Top Kayak or  2 Person Sit On Top Kayak

The Islander Kayaks Paradise II is a fast tandem sit on top kayak. While mainly being a 2 person sit on top kayak, there is a third seat that would be ideal for a passenger, however you could also use it as a large solo sit on top kayak.

Islander has designed the Paradise II around a self bailing hull system that delivers the best levels of kayak safety. In the event of capsizing, you can easily turn the kayak back over and climb back on. Any water that is then in the seating position will easily drain out of the kayak scupper holes. This 2 person sit on top kayak features two prominent seats, one at the front and one at the rear, there is also a third seat moulding. This third seat is located centrally on the kayak and is ideal for a small passenger or for using it as a solo sit on top kayak. The Paradise 2 comes supplied with two removable padded kayak seats and these can be moved from seat to seat as required. A small kayak storage hatch is situated in the centre of the kayak, this is perfect for storing small items. However you may want to consider a kayak dry bag, as this will offer greater protection from the water. Man handing the Paradise 2sit on top kayak  is very easy due to the front and rear kayak grab handles. Additional side carry handles are ideal for getting the kayak on and off the roof of the car. Located just behind the rear seat is a small moulded in tank well, this is perfect for storing a kayak dry bag.

While the Paradise II is a fast sit on top kayak that is great for coastal kayaking tours, the compact design does mean there is not as much storage as on other models.




  • General Features
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  • Manufactured in the UK
  • Self Bailing Hull System
  • Strong Keel line for great directional stability
  • Wide hull for added stability
  • Moulded in kayak foot pedals
  • Moulded in seat pans
  • - Front Seat
  • - Rear Seat
  • - Centre Seat - Ideal for Solo paddling and a small passenger
  • Moulded in rear tank well for storage
  • - With securing straps
  • Front and Rear kayak grab handles
  • Side Carry Handles
  • Kayak Storage hatch & Bag
  • - located on the centre of the sit on kayak
  • Moulded in Brass Anchor Points
  • - Fitted with Plastic / Stainless Steel D Rings
  • - Located down each side of the kayak
  • Rear Drain bung
  • Padded Kayak Seats
  • - Come supplied for front and rear seating position
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  • Boat Length - 390cm
  • Boat Width - 84cm
  • Carrying Capacity - 200Kg
  • Boat Weight - 28Kg
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