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Harmony "Stowaway" Beach Cart

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Harmony Stowaway Cart

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Stowaway Beach Cart
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The Harmony "Stowaway" Beach Cart stows conveniently in your boat. It has a compact frame, making it easy to break down and stow handily in the hull of your boat. Extremely durable tires with tread travel well on paved or compacted surfaces. Features a blue anodized coated aluminum frame with kickstand for easy mounting. The Stowaway beach cart is designed to be mounted under the center of the boat it is carrying, and includes buckled straps to help secure the boat to the cart while rolling.


  • Compact frame for easy break-down and stowing in your boat
  • Foam padding on frame protects your boat
  • Accommodates any hull shape
  • Foam filled or Pneumatic Tires
  • Corrosion free and UV resistant construction
  • Durable, treaded tires travel well on paved and compacted surfaces


  • Capacity: 100 Lbs
  • Weight: 7.9 Lb
  • Dimensions: 13"(length) x 24.8"(width) x 12.3"(height)
  • Frame: Marine Grade Anodized Aluminum
  • Padding: 1.75" Diameter Foam

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Pros & Cons

How To Float Your Boat

I really like this cart. I have had it for awhile and it hasn't let me down yet. The cart is available from most kayak stores.

It is well made of machine bent aluminum and hard tires. It has a limiting strap to prevent it from collapsing and a movable kickstand to help in positioning and moving a Yack. It includes well made nylon straps, fittings and buckles to strap the kayak on securely. It also comes standard with clips and parts that allow the cart to be disassembled for storage. The disassembled cart easily fits in my Ride 115's front storage compartment.

It is light weight, tracks straight on sand or hard top and can be taken apart and stored in my Yak's storage compartment. It only takes a about 30-45 seconds to disassemble it or put it back together, Sometimes I just strap it on the back of my Yak upside down. It is easier than taking it apart.

How Does It Perform
The cart is easy to assemble and strap on. However, the cart has a tendency to slide off the back of my Ride 115. This is not surprising and most carts have the same problem. It is an easy fix. I just position the cart so that the straps have a purchase on either side of the seat or some protrusion to keep it from sliding. I have used the cart in soft sand and have not had any issues with it digging trenches or not riding on top of the sand not even with a fully loaded kayak. It rolls easily on gravel or hard top as well. I have had the cart for a while and it has not corroded or had any maintenance issues. I do rinse it off after saltwater use.

Would I Recommend It To Others?
Absolutely !!! It is a great value for the money and really makes moving my Yak around easier and thus I enjoy it and fish more than if I did not have the cart.

User Info

Waters Fished:
  • Large Rivers
  • Small Creeks
  • Large Lakes
  • Salwater Flats
  • Saltwater Bays
30+ times

Pros & Cons

Well made, Collapsab;e for storage, Wide tires, Doesn't damage the scuppers like other designs
Needs to be well positioned to prevent it from slideing off
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