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#2033 12.5 ft. Outrigger
#2039 Outrigger Parts
#2003 Airfoil Sail 32 sq. ft.
#2002 Airfoil Sail 24 sq. ft.
#2005 2 Leeboards Large
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Eskimo 22-6 CRX 3G Take-A-Part

High-Capacity Performance Double: 4-Piece Version
Starship of Easy Rider’s Eskimo Fleet

Length
Width
Capacity
Weight, Kevlar®/Graphite
22’6”
29”
950 lbs.
110 lbs.
Cockpits
Bow Hatch
Center Hatch
Stern Hatch
outfitting of this model
16" X 35.5"
10" X 18.5"
10.25" X 19.5”
14.5" X 22”

Starship of the Eskimo fleet... Choice of high-caliber expedition travelers... Eskimo 22-6 Take-A-Part offers uncompromising: performance, versatility, carrying capacity, expedition outfitting, portability, comfort, safety features, and high-quality construction...
Also available in a 2-Piece Take-A-Part Version.
Leading boating magazines have labeled Easy Rider's Eskimo singles as the 'Mercedes' of sea kayaks. Now the Eskimo 22-6 has established the same uncompromising standard for doubles.
Beginners appreciate the boat's stability, experts love its speed and responsiveness, adventure paddlers rave about this high-performance double that packs anywhere.
The four-piece Eskimo 22-6 can be flown anywhere in the world. Pack the four sections with supplies and fly them to Greenland or the South Pacific as luggage.
If you are dreaming to paddle or sail the warm, cobalt waters of French Polynesia, or explore the weathered coastline of Alaska's Glacier Bay, this boat is for you!
NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC selected a four-piece Eskimo 22-6 for ongoing assignments in the Arctic.

Japanese Paddling Expedition
Taiwan to Japan

Retracing the historic trading route following the Kuroshio Current, skilled paddlers of the Japan National Canoe and Kayak Association braved the 1500 grueling kilometers of open ocean between Taiwan and Kyushu, Japan. In the first kayak crossing of the route, the paddlers navigated the Eskimo 22-6 kayaks through 30-foot waves, rip tides, and gale-force winds.
Expedition members praised the Eskimo 22-6 for its speed, seaworthiness, storage capacity, and safety features.