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KONA (E) www.hobiekayaks.com • $799


Built for two but easily handled by one, the Kona is the perfect two-person paddleboat. This two-seater boasts plenty of stability and the nimble, spot-on performance normally found on a one-man boat, giving you the best of both worlds. Its clever design pairs a short waterline with the width normally found on bigger boats, providing a stable ride and snappy, on-a-dime maneuverability. If you prefer to paddle solo, the Kona easily downshifts to a single-seater.


Material: Polyethylene | Length: 11’6” | Width: 34” | Weight: 63 lbs | Capacity: 425 lbs


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ODYSSEY (F) www.hobiekayaks.com • $1,249


This family-oriented, go-anywhere paddle-only kayak features a long, sleek waterline, a stable hull and great tracking performance. With its 550-pound capacity and ample on-deck gear stowage, the Odyssey opens up worlds of fun for you and the family. While it can accommodate two, it can be paddled singlehanded using the molded-in center seat position. Or you can utilize the center seat area to take along a junior crewmember, extra gear or even the family hound.


Material: Polyethylene | Length: 14’ | Width: 33” | Weight: 71 lbs | Capacity: 550 lbs


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ISLAND (G) www.hobiekayaks.com • $5,249


The leeward AMA presses into the water as the Tandem Island’s


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powerful rig accelerates on even the lightest puff of


wind. In its most elemental form, it’s a super-fast, two- person kayak. Attach the AKA crossbeams, the AMA floats and two-piece carbon-fiber rig and sailing kit (all included), and you and your partner will be cruising in style, thanks to the Tandem Island’s roller-furling, boomless mainsail. Both cockpits have steerage and sail-control lines.


Material: Polyethylene | Length: 18’6” | Width: AMAs out 10’; AMAs in 42” | Weight: 190 lbs | Capacity: 600 lbs


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MIRAGE OUTFITTER (H) www.hobiekayaks.com • $2,649


Paddling solo is fun but touring with a friend is better. The Outfitter was created around a philosophy of utility, performance and ease of use. Onboard molded utility trays, built-in drink holders, dual helm controls and well-positioned rod holders make the Outfitter a pleasure to use, regardless of the destination. A wide, stable hull platform, dual MirageDrives and ample stowage space keep you well provisioned and properly organized.


Material: Polyethylene | Length: 12’8” | Width: 34” | Weight: 72 lbs | Capacity: 425 lbs


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MIRAGE OASIS (I) www.hobiekayaks.com • $2,749


Svelte, tight and just right—design elements that sum up the recently retooled Oasis, giving this kayak surprisingly quick acceleration and an impressive cruising speed without sacrificing utility or camping- gear capacity. The Oasis features three enclosed stowage areas and one generous on-deck cargo area, dual steering controls and a roomy cockpit with dual MirageDrives, giving you the ability to go anywhere, anytime.


Material: Polyethylene | Length: 14’6” | Width: 33” | Weight: 73 lbs | Capacity: 550 lbs


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