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Point 65N Apollo Modular Sit-on-Top Kayak, Solo

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Product Details

The unique modular design on this stable, recreational sit-on-top solo kayak makes it easy to transport, particularly for paddlers striking out for adventure on their own.

Specs

  • Dimensions: 8'10" x 24.3".
  • Capacity: 220 lb.
  • Weight: 40 lb.
  • Construction

  • UV-resistant polyethylene.
  • Additional Features

  • Easy to snap together and break apart for storage or transport.
  • Snaps together in seconds with unique Snap-Tap system.
  • Streamlined hull tracks well through water.
  • Includes backrests, molded carrying handles, water bottle holders and storage area.
  • Made in the USA.
  • Customer Reviews
    Point 65N Apollo Modular Sit-on-Top Kayak, Solo
    Average Rating
    5 / 5
    3.3/5
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    4 out of 6 of reviewers would recommend this product.
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    5 / 5
    March 21, 2014
    If you like a wet bottom this kayak is for you!
    The concept of a modular kayak is great. Unfortunately, this kayak is not even close to great. The quality control is not good as the first one I received... more
    Boston,MA
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    10 out of 12 found this review helpful.
    5 / 5
    October 26, 2013
    Good for those of us who can't hoist a kayak!
    I agree with all the other reviewers -- getting it together is easy, getting it apart is tricky! I watched the URL that the insert recommended and it was... more
    Lehigh Valley, PA
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    PAWannabeKayaker January 23, 2018
    Hi! I Wonder if there is any way you might find it in your heart to post a Video or post even a photo of how you are doing those clips Through custeomer service of LL Bean? I am a 5' 4" widow with Arthritis, and I was just going to order this Kayak until when I read these Reviews about difficulty the Clips and getting it apart. If I break these Clips it will be a great difficulty for me -- I have been Paddling very successfully with a sit on top kayaks at Frances Slocum St. Park successfully all last summmer and I get on and off my own way while still in the water, but I will need the two piece modular if I am to have any independence with this activity at all --I can't walk so well, but I can paddle! So, any help ANYONE might offer would be appreciated. I would just like to find a store where I could go and see one of these kayaks in person -- can't seem to find one....Thanks in advance to all!
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    12 out of 12 found this review helpful.
    5 / 5
    September 11, 2013
    Modular Kayak
    This two piece design is ideal for anyone who doesn't want to bother with a rack. It goes together easily and is easy to manage in two pieces. Best to... more
    Williamson NY
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    7 out of 7 found this review helpful.
    5 / 5
    July 9, 2013
    I wanted to like it
    Bought this boat because of its modular capabilities... I drive a soft-top Jeep and installing a roof rack just isn't an option. The concept is great with... more
    Annapolis, MD
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    8 out of 9 found this review helpful.
    5 / 5
    June 26, 2013
    Fits in my Jeep
    Easy to transport. No roof lifting and attaching. Fits easily in the back of my Jeep. Easy to put together. Was VERY difficult to figure out how to take... more
    Vermont, USA
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    paddleoar August 13, 2013
    I got one of these for my wife and she loves it because it fits in the back seat of her car (Hyundai Sonata) and yes, it snaps together easily but taking it apart was a drag. She's 5'2 and has tiny hands so the way she takes it apart is to stand over the kayak with one foot on one side and one foot on the other, then she sort of, lifts the kayak up and sticks her toes under it, then un-does the buckles, takes her all of 2 seconds to do...lol maybe you wont need to have that noodle with you.
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    17 out of 17 found this review helpful.
    5 / 5
    May 10, 2013
    Apollo modular kayak
    We purchased two of these kayaks because we were tired of struggling to lift our kayaks on the roof racks. All four pieces fit easily in the back of our... more
    Englewood, Fl.
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    32 out of 32 found this review helpful.
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