1. Hobie Mirage drive Kayak in Seattle

Hobie Mirage drive Kayak in Seattle

Summer, fall, winter, or spring, if you are about to venture into the Seattle waters, for heaven’s sake, do it in a Hobie Mirage Drive kayak. Here are some reasons - Freedom: You use your legs to power the flippers under the kayak while you leave your hands free to take pictures or hold a fishing rod or your beer (there are cup holders). Paddling with the traditional paddles is terribly inefficient in comparison. You'll never want to go back. Silent: The flippers have a amazing silent yet powerful motion (supposedly penguin-like) that lets you slice through the water in amazing speed past the paddlers in silence. Just ignore the oohs and aahs as you pass the paddlers Stable: With its broad beam, it is exceptionally difficult to tip the kayak. If you attach the pontoons, I don't believe it is even possible to flip it. Fast: because you are using your largest muscle group you can go last and less likely to get tired. Truly the funnest way to enjoy Lake Union, Lake Washington or the Salish Sea. Optional Thule roof rack (fits a Volvo V60 2015, mot sure if it'll fit your car - $20 per day)

Captain is optional.
You decide if you would like to book with or without a captain.
Capacity
2 guests
Boards & Paddles
Kayak
Jude

Owner:Jude

Features & Details

Length
14ft
Year
2012
  • Life jackets/required safety gear

Approximate Location

You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.

The boat's approximate location on a map

Cancellation Policy

Full refund up to 5 days prior.

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