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Tatoosh is an extremely stable and seaworthy open-water rower and can be rowed in rough waters not suitable for racing shells.
The addition of a stern-mounted Double Outrigger System is a popular option for enhanced family safety.
The large open cockpit allows a passenger to
ride along on the
stern seat.

Suggested Outfitting:
#2027 Two 4.5 ft. Outriggers
#2038 Outrigger Parts
#1706 Oarmaster & Oars





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Tatoosh CR 2G – Rowing
Multi-Use Double Seater: Rowing - Paddling - Sailing
Outrigger, Catamaran, and Sailing Options


Length
Width
Capacity
Weight, Custom Glass
Weight, Kevlar®/Graphite
16’8"
32”
600 lbs.
68 lbs.
58 lbs.
Cockpit Opening



outfitting of this model
19" X 88"

Row on Puget Sound between Seattle's Shilshole Bay and Bainbridge Island, surrounded by the chop of windblown water, or ride the swell of a passing freighter... All this is possible with the Tatoosh!
Outfitted with the Oarmaster Rowing Sliding Seat and 9'9" Oars, the Tatoosh transforms into an extremely seaworthy open-water rower. The large fore and aft decking keeps the cockpit bone dry.
Rowers of all ability find the Tatoosh very stable. It can, therefore, be rowed in rough waters not suitable for racing shells.
The addition of a stern-mounted Double Outrigger System is a popular option for novice rowers, open-water crossings in foul weather, or enhanced family safety.


"I have rowed the Tatoosh on Green Lake, the Ship Canal, Lake Washington, and Puget Sound. It is great fun, rows extremely well and has elicited many admiring comments. It goes like skat! On the Sound, I have been in relatively rough water and have deliberately sought out boat wakes to cross, but I have yet to take the first drop of water aboard. It's a very safe rig..."
Gordon C. Snyder, Seattle, WA