Price Quotation #AS-02
Dolphin ELightweight for ease of handling
Kevlar/Graphite or All-Graphite Construction

Dolphin is an all-time favorite with paddlers of all ages who appreciate its handy size and light weight The 34-pound Kevlar/Graphite version meets the needs of senior paddlers, women, and youngsters. And our 28-pound All-Graphite Dolphin E is the choice of paddling connoisseurs.
NOTE: We also offer a 42-pound Fiberglass version, see Quote #AS-01


 

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2551
2540


0108G
0701S
0702S
0703S
2530
2529
0609
1515

Description
DOLPHIN E, Kevlar/Graphite
NOTE: All-Graphite version offered at $2950

Bow & Stern Flotation Bags, set of two, polyurethane
NOTE: Bulkheads are available in place of Flotation Bags ($150 ea.)

Foot-control Rudder & Outside Seam Options:
Foot Control Rudder, installed or Kit, spring-loaded & self-centering ($400)
Deluxe Outside Seam, installed ($450)

Popular Accessories:
Camano - 6" X 19" slender blade, graphite, 2-pc. ($340)
Super Spray Skirt, expedition-grade ($150)
Splash Guard ($45)
Super Rain/Dust Cover ($45)
Deluxe Foam Seat "The Spoiler" ($60)
Deluxe Backrest with Pocket ($60)
Retroglide Sabre Deluxe Life Vest ($125)
Sponge ($6)

Price
$2100


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Total $2180


 
Does the weight of your present kayak keep you from paddling as much as you would like? Our Kevlar/Graphite or All-Graphite Dolphin E should be your next choice!
This is a kayak for many uses: fishing, photography, wildlife observation, tripping, relaxing, racing...
The drawing cards for this model are its medium size, light weight, stability, seaworthiness, speed, roominess, maneuverability and versatility.
The Dolphin is a natural choice for exploring estuaries, narrow winding rivers, and trips involving some whitewater. With its 300-pound capacity, it also carries a large person comfortably.

Length 14' 9"     Width 24.25"      Load Capacity 300 lbs.
Weight Kevlar/Graphite 34 lbs.     Weight All-Graphite 28 lbs.

"I've taken my kayak on almost every summer vacation, from the surf of Mendocino to the Athabasca River in Jasper, from the San Juan Islands to the Salmon River. I love it!"
                                                                                                Terri Hartley, Washington