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Old Town's Cayuga 110 Kayak provides a sturdy ride without a mile-long turning radius.

The Old Town Cayuga 110 Kayak turns quickly down winding inlets, while the stern hatch stores lunch. A ridge along the length of the hull creates a stable profile for ocean and large lake paddling. Adjust the lumbar angle and bottom seat positions, and place the footrests at the right length for your legs. Padded thigh braces keep the Cayuga 110 Kayak's cockpit rim from digging into your thighs. The polyethylene adds durability and stiffness while keeping this Old Town recreational kayak at 46 pounds.

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Storage space in the hatch. Anybody...

Storage space in the hatch. Anybody Know?

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Yes, Rear hatch and bulkhead for dry storage.

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Thanks DakkaGuru, Can you say how much or maybe just tell me if one could stuff enough in the storage for a two, three even four overnight trip? Scott

can an 11 year old boy use it

can an 11 year old boy use it

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He's not going break any speed records, but an 11yo boy should have no problem paddling this boat. It's short enough that he shouldn't have to strain too much to turn the boat and control will come with practice.

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Yes, an average 11 yeard old would do just fine in one of these. I've seen 7 year olds do okay in similar sized kayaks.

Write your question here...I'm 6 foot 4...

Write your question here...I'm 6 foot 4 and weight 220 lbs, will this 10 foot 11" kayak work for me.

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With adjustable foot braces, you can get most kayaks to 'fit' regardless of your height (unless your legs are exceptionally long). Weight would be the more important concern. The Cayuga 110 is rated at a weight capacity of 250 pounds, so (weighing 220 pounds) this doesn't leave a whole lot of leeway for gear. Actually, the Cayuga 110 is the smallest Cayuga (there are also the Cayuga 130 and Cayuga 146 http://www.oldtowncanoe.com/kayaks/product_list.html).

You would likely be OK in this kayak, but if you are planning on packing quite a bit of gear (or are planning on using it on rough water) you may wish to consider a bigger boat.

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Where can I get a rudder kit for a Cayuga...

Where can I get a rudder kit for a Cayuga 110?

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where can i get a replacement seat

where can i get a replacement seat

Could a 235 Lb man use this kayak

Could a 235 Lb man use this kayak

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Certainly! I am 280 and paddle often. Yes I ride a lot lower, but no where where you are almost drowning or anything. Old Town might say there is a "limit" but that is to cover their asses. YOu should be fine.

What is the weight limit it will hold and...

What is the weight limit it will hold and still stay afloat?

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It's rated up to 250lbs, although would likely go higher and still stay afloat. The bigger issue will be how low in the water you ride and loss of maneuverability as a result.

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Cayuga 110

I bought this Kayak just over a week ago and love it. It combines the comfort of a recreational Kayak with elements of tracking and speed of a small touring kayak. A few weeks ago I purchased two Diro 106 kayaks from LL Bean. While very comfortable to sit in and for leisurely paddling on calm waters, the 106 was greatly affected by wind on the Long Island Sound and the bow kept getting pushed over with the wind on our backs. Our third outing was with some friends on a couple of 12 foot kayaks by Necky and Pungo. I had a difficult time keeping up with them and noticed that they did not have the same difficulties with the wind as I was having.

I then returned both Dirigo 106s for a Dirigo 120 and the Cayuga 110. I gave my wife the Dirigo 120 and I jumped in the Cayuga. Off to the Long Island Sound again, this time for a longer trip. I was greatly surprised on the performance of the Cayuga. While having a slightly smaller cockpit and lacking the additional cup holders and dry storage for keys, the Cayuga blew away the performance of the Dirgo 106 by a mile. Tracking was far superior and wind conditions did not affect this boat like the 106. The boat is much faster also and I gladly gave up some of the features that were cool selling points of the Dirigo 106.

I think for the beginning paddler like myself who wants to use their boat in a wide range of water conditions, the Cayuga offers a nice blend of speed and stability. One of these days I'll have to try the Dirigo 120 as my wife reports it being easier to paddle and she is very happy with it.

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How does the Cayuga compare to the Prodigy...

How does the Cayuga compare to the Prodigy 12 and the Carolina 12?

how does this compare to the "Necky Manitou...

how does this compare to the "Necky Manitou Sport Kayak" in terms of rivers? and handling?

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This boat will handle very similar to the neck manitou sport, the difference being in the outfitting, the cayuga 110 has thigh braces and can be fitted with a rudder. The manitou sport has foam padding under the cockpit for your thighs, so you don't fit in as tight as the cayuga.