Sevylor Inflatable Colorado Canoe - Blue
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- Two-person inflatable canoe with two bucket seats; in blue
- Provides stability, maneuverability and sea worthiness normally found in a kayak
- Durable nylon cover over PVC bladders
- Can be paddled with either canoe or kayak paddles; compatible with optional 12V trolling motor
- Maximum weight capacity: 500 pounds
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|Item Dimensions||19.5 x 11 x 29.75 inches|
|Shipping Weight||40.34 pounds|
The Colorado has a raised bow and stern and is as close in shape, comfort and styling to the traditional North American Indian canoe as an inflatable boat will ever get. It's double hull construction makes it very rugged and rigid. The canoe combines the stability, maneuverability and sea worthiness of a kayak with comfort, looks and styling of the traditional North American canoe. Ideally suited for rough waters, lakes, ocean, fishing and diving and great for beginners. Includes 2 bucket seats, removable stern storage compartment, 2 directional strakes, carrying handles, multiple d-rings and ties, motor mount fittings (to attach a Sevylor SBM 12V trolling motor), and a nylon carrying bag
Suited for paddling on rivers, lakes and streams, the two-person Sevylor Colorado inflatable canoe (model KCC335 in green) features a design that's as close to a traditional North American Indian canoe as an inflatable boat will ever get. Its double hull construction makes it very rugged and rigid, and it offers the stability, maneuverability and sea worthiness normally found in a kayak. It can be paddled with either canoe or kayak paddles and is compatible with an optional motor mount (for attaching a Sevylor SBM 12V trolling motor). It comes with two 2 removable seats, repair kit, and nylon carry bag.
- Color: Blue
- Length overall (LOA): 10 feet, 6 inches
- Beam: 3 feet, 3 inches
- Weight: 32 pounds
- Maximum engine power: Sevylor SBM 12V motor
- Capacity: 2 persons
- Weight capacity: 500 pounds
In 1948 in Vitry, a small suburb of Paris, France, Berco Grimbert created an electronics company called Societe Electronique de Vitry, or SEVY for short. Soon, a friend of Grimbert's from New York commissioned SEVY to produce high frequency welding machines capable of fusing a new material called PVC (poly vinyl chloride). SEVY's machines worked very well and the American friend developed a very successful business manufacturing swimming pool related products. He then taught SEVY how to work with PVC.
One of the first PVC products SEVY produced was inflatable bathtub called Dou Dou. It was an instant hit in postwar France--mothers could bathe their children even where no facilities were available. The media hailed Dou Dou as a significant invention. Soon, SEVY added small pools and flotation devices such as rings, beach balls, and inflatable swim jackets to its product line. Safe, hygienic products, made of PVC and designed for portability, durability and convenience, became the SEVY trademark.
The company quickly outgrew its small facilities in Vitry. Mr. Grimbert accepted an attractive offer from the French government to take over a defunct textile factor in the tiny Alsatian village of Buhl. After establishing its new headquarters, the company added the letters "lor" to its name, and became Sevylor. In French, l'or means gold. By coincidence, or possibly fate, Sevylor has proven to be "as good as gold" to its owners, retailers, consumers, and employees.
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-I haven't used the skeg yet cause it tracks well. You just have to have a rhythm when paddling.
-It is a great platform for solo fishing. Just make sure you put some weight on the bow area to keep it level.
-You can modify the craft with some homemade additions like an anchor trolley, wood floor section to stand up and a bench seat so you can seat in the middle of the craft and fish higher. Make sure you sand the edges and cover them to prevent rips.
-I do hate the pinch type valves for the floor and seats. It is a problem when inflating and deflating.
Overall is a good craft for lakes, ponds and general freshwater. Just make sure you keep the propper PSI.
do not forget to buy the appropriate pump, and if you think of going on your own on the canoe buy kayaking pedals, if you plan on 2 people then other pedals... Have fun
There are obviously disadvantages of an inflatable canoe as compared to a hard shell canoe. Primarily an inflatable canoe is slower to paddle and will not be as responsive. That being said I would like to talk about the considerable advantages!
In less than 10 minutes I can set up and be under way, thats pretty fast especially when you don't have to tie the thing to the roof of your car.
Inflatable canoes are soft and therefore are comfortable.
They are much more buoyant than hard shell canoes, after all they are filled with air! That means my little boat can carry me and 320 pounds of equipment!
Its light, I can carry my boat to the water regardless of distance, I don't need a fancy little wheeled thingy.
they bounce over rocks.(I know I tried!)In my opinion inflatable canoes will always be more robust than a hard shell, you can't be harder than a rock, so why not be softer? (very zen)
Needless to say I am a huge fan of my Seveylor Colorado, just for the record I have named my boat 'Serenity' although I am having difficulty breaking the champagne bottle...
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