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Montauk - 16'

Discover bays and coves you never knew existed. Paddle until your arms ache, the wind sifting through the trees, the ocean lapping at the rocks, mimicking your heart beat. The Montauk is a sleek, seaworthy and stable kayak for small to medium sized paddlers. The moderately chined hull makes for great tracking and a high level of ini-tial stability, while letting you lean the kayak when turning or carving down the face of a wave. The modified Greenland style bow and stern will make sure that you stay dry in the harshest conditions while minimizing the effects of a beam wind and sea.

Montauk - 16'

Discover bays and coves you never knew existed. Paddle until your arms ache, the wind sifting through the trees, the ocean lapping at the rocks, mimicking your heart beat. The Montauk is a sleek, seaworthy and stable kayak for small to medium sized paddlers. The moderately chined hull makes for great tracking and a high level of ini-tial stability, while letting you lean the kayak when turning or carving down the face of a wave. The modified Greenland style bow and stern will make sure that you stay dry in the harshest conditions while minimizing the effects of a beam wind and sea.

Overall

Length 16'
Gunwale width 22"
Midship 12.5"
Cockpit 16"x30"
Weight 53 LB
Poids pagayeur 120-190 LB
Volume 60 US GAL.
Bow 2585 PO3
Stern 3290 PO3
Compartiment de jour 1645 PO3

Customer Reviews

Montauk (February 3rd, 2003)

Par d hyatt

After hearing a friend of mine talk about what a thrill it is kayaking. Ill call him DB. I finally decided to buy a after much debate I purchased a impex montauk and werner carbon fiber camano paddle. I have found these to be excellent together and have enjoyed them very much. I would reccomend them to anybody. As my experiance grows I plan on moving up to more sophistacated equipment and gear. But I think it will be hard to top what I have started with. I would reccomend this combination to any novice.


Montauk (February 3rd, 2003)

Par d hyatt

After hearing a friend of mine talk about what a thrill it is kayaking. Ill call him DB. I finally decided to buy a after much debate I purchased a impex montauk and werner carbon fiber camano paddle. I have found these to be excellent together and have enjoyed them very much. I would reccomend them to anybody. As my experiance grows I plan on moving up to more sophistacated equipment and gear. But I think it will be hard to top what I have started with. I would reccomend this combination to any novice.

Montauk (May 29th, 2001)

Par pedaler

Wow this is one impressive kayak, greenland style, very dry, lots of attention to detail. from a recessed cockpit, all rigging, and hatch covers. grab handles at each end of the boat - unlike others. day hatch with seperate compartment, tracks exceptionaly well due to it's retractable skeg. Overall construction exceptional, no soft spots, super back brace, great seat - hatches are attached internally, thigh grips are a nice touch - a beautiful 16 footer - my girlfriend will not let me have it back!


Montauk (May 29th, 2001)

Par pedaler

Wow this is one impressive kayak, greenland style, very dry, lots of attention to detail. from a recessed cockpit, all rigging, and hatch covers. grab handles at each end of the boat - unlike others. day hatch with seperate compartment, tracks exceptionaly well due to it's retractable skeg. Overall construction exceptional, no soft spots, super back brace, great seat - hatches are attached internally, thigh grips are a nice touch - a beautiful 16 footer - my girlfriend will not let me have it back!

Montauk (August 18th, 2003)

Par ---

After owning and paddling the Montauk for a month, there are a number of features that convince me that I've made a superb purchase. Compared to other 16 foot glass boats in the same price range, Impex offers features the others do not: <UL> <LI>easy access day hatchmetal bracket behind cockpit for locking boat <LI>bow compass recess <LI>adjustable foot braces while in cockpit <LI>adjustable seat back while sitting <LI>VCP rubber hatch covers silky smooth skeg control <LI>enough rocker to turn but still track <LI>fine quality glass and gel coat high end carrying handles <LI>British design assists in dry paddle in heavy seas. <LI>49 pounds is better than plastic! </UL> Handled a combo of winds, boat traffic, and strong current on a St. Lawrence River paddle yesterday-felt safe.


Montauk (August 18th, 2003)

Par ---

After owning and paddling the Montauk for a month, there are a number of features that convince me that I've made a superb purchase. Compared to other 16 foot glass boats in the same price range, Impex offers features the others do not: <UL> <LI>easy access day hatchmetal bracket behind cockpit for locking boat <LI>bow compass recess <LI>adjustable foot braces while in cockpit <LI>adjustable seat back while sitting <LI>VCP rubber hatch covers silky smooth skeg control <LI>enough rocker to turn but still track <LI>fine quality glass and gel coat high end carrying handles <LI>British design assists in dry paddle in heavy seas. <LI>49 pounds is better than plastic! </UL> Handled a combo of winds, boat traffic, and strong current on a St. Lawrence River paddle yesterday-felt safe.