Minnesota Inflatable 2 or 3 Person Kayak

    Designed for regular kayakers touring, 2-3 persons navigating.

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    SKU: SX8362027 (2061857)
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    € 506.34
    Characteristics Designed for regular kayakers touring, 2-3 persons navigating.
    Product Benefits
    1. Volume
      For 1 to 3 persons (2 adults + 1 child) up to a limit of 225 kg.
    2. Easy assembly / dismantling
      Kayak can be inflated in 10 minutes with a double-action hand pump.
    3. Stability
      Stable with its 91.5 cm thickness.
    4. Glide performance
      Flat, non-deformed hull, thanks to its suspended seats.
    5. Ease of use
      2 side paddle-holder handles.
    6. Easy transport
      Waterproof storage bag with emptying hole, paddle attachments, wide straps.
    • WEIGHT
      20 kg
      383 x 92 cm
    • Type
    • No. seats
      3 seats
    • Maximum load
      200 to 230 kg
    Product feature
    1. Technical dimensions
      Length: 383 cm Width: 91.5 cm Weight: 20.1 kg Box dimensions: Length: 71 cm Height: 51 cm Depth: 30.5 cm
    Product testing
    1. Storage advice
      Deflate, fold up. Store in a cool, dry place.
    2. Product restrictions
      Do not leave inflated in direct sunlight: risk of overinflation.
    3. Product catchline
      A comfortable 3-seater kayak. Paddle in unison without getting in each other's way!
    Product reviews
    5 / 5
    3 reviews
    3 users recommend this product
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    • Good quality and well priced inflatable kayak

      Gary (United Kingdom)
      Used for 2 to 8 weeks
      After spending some time looking for a mid priced inflatable kayak I had decided the Sevylor Ottawa was my first choice. Wanted something easy to store and transport. By chance I then came accross the Minnessota which I believe to be the same model in blue rather than green. I prefer the colour and it seems a bargain saving well over £100 along with free delivery.
      Pumps up and ready in around 15 minutes and similar to pack away. Quite heavy in the backpack but probably the easiest way to transport from the car to the water. Very happy with the quality of the materials and build and expect many years use.
      Value for money, quality and free delivery.
      A bit of practice required to pack away.
    • replacement boat

      Andrew (United Kingdom)
      Used for 1 week or less
      A replacement boat was supplied by Decathlon after an initial problem with my first one. The exchange process was a dream (thank you Decathlon) and I had a replacement within 4 days, I've only had the boat out once on a local small lake but it seems great for what I wanted with loads of room for 2 large adults with a bit of kit. I still need to try it on the sea, but I feel it should fair very well in sheltered waters. The build quality is very good and its easily dried after use with the vinyl base expanding high on the boat. All in all I'm quite happy with my purchase even after a deflating start!
      Build quality, space, after sales service.
      problem with first boat supplied bt sorted now.
    • Excellent inflatable canoe/kayak

      Steven (United Kingdom)
      Used for 2 to 8 weeks
      If you don't have the space to store a hard-shell canoe or kayak then this is for you. It takes two large adults (I am 6'3") or 2 smaller adults and a child, we only use it as the former. Inflation and set up takes about 20 minutes using a decent hand pump. Once assembled it is easy to use and glides in a straight line. A pressure gauge is included to ensure proper inflation. One can pack the kayak down into the supplied bag for storage, although it can be tricky to get it back into the bag.
      Some tips:
      1) Buy a decent double-action hand pump.
      2) Buy long doubled ended kayak paddles.
      3) Buy a good length of rope - really useful for travelling through locks on rivers.
      4) The kayak takes a long time to dry out after using and be careful not to pack it away damp to avoid mould.
      5) Take the hand pump with you on trips as the kayak can deflate a little (c.f. airbeds).
      6) When pumping up the sides of the kayak alternate side to side until it's fully inflated. This will ensure that the kayak glides straight. Look for material folds when inflating.
      7) You need a licence to use this on a river. You can search how to do this online, although it's a bit confusing to figure out what you need.
      Storage, easy to assemble, reasonably fast
      Takes a long time to dry out