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Blue Sky Boatworks 360 Angler

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Blue Sky Boatworks 360 Angler

Kayak Make & Model

Brand:
Blue Sky Boatworks
Model:
360 Angler
MSRP ($):
3,499.00
Length (ft):
13.5

Kayak angling owes a lot of its popularity to the fact that it tends to be easier, cheaper and more convenient than having to use a boat. This makes it interesting to see new hybrid products, such as the Blue Sky Boatworks 360 Angler on the market. The 360 is not quite a kayak, but neither is it a pure boat, so it is best described as a hybrid of the two. Unfortunately, it is not cheap, but for anglers who are not shy to spend money on their favorite hobby, it does have quite a bit to offer.

 

The 360 Angler is being marketed as a watercraft that offers you the convenience and stability of a big boat, but without compromising on the elements that make kayaks so desirable, namely the exploration possibilities. The hull design of the Angler makes it clear that stability as well as speed were top priorities and it doesn't skimp when it comes to speed either. The Angler is currently available with a pedal drive, but the option to ad a motor in the future also exists if you want to sacrifice stealth for speed.

 

In terms of specifications, the Angler is 13'4" long and a whopping 48" wide, which explains its stability. Unfortunately, it weighs a hefty 170 lbs with seat and drive attached, although it does offer a capacity of 500 lbs. The weight is mitigated somewhat by the fact that you can dis-assemble it, which makes it more manageable for a single person to transport. The deck of the Angler is nice and spacious and it also features a comfortable swivel seat. In addition, it has got tons of space for storing gear, rod holders, gear tracks and much more.

 

The biggest issue with the Angler is obviously the hefty price tag, but seeing as it smashed its Kickstarter campaign goals, it is clear that there are a lot of people willing to put down their cash for one. One thing is for sure, it is quite a unique fishing vessel, and it is sure to turn some heads out on the water.

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