& video present detailed information on this model and
its many options.
It's easy to get back in after a swim...
It floats any way you turn it, even upside down.
& Kayak Magazine Test Report
"In a 10- to 12-knot breeze, the
Cub Scout paddles well in all directions and is extremely easy
to handle with a kayak paddle.
Cub Scout can be customized for remarkably
varied purposes with its sliding rowing seat option, oar locks,
a motor mount, a sail rig with outrigger, and a glass-bottom
||Surprisingly, given its width,
this boat was one of the fastest sit-on-top kayaks tested.
The Cub Scout is suitable for safe family fun and is at its
best poking around lakes, inlets, and quiet bays and serving
as an unsinkable fishing boat or dinghy for larger craft.
The Cub Scout should hold greatest appeal for the individual
who is inclined to make a long-term investment in quality and
appreciates a versatile, distinctive, and nicely crafted boat."
||It can be rowed like a dinghy,
or converts into a rowing trainer with a sliding seat