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Blue Sky Boatworks Blue Sky 360 Escape Kayak - 2019

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    Escape to the water.

    Whether you are an avid angler or a paddle enthusiast, the Blue Sky 360 Escape Kayak by Blue Sky Boardworks is made for individuals and families who enjoy being outdoors, casting lines, and exploring new terrain through slow rivers, large lakes and ocean inlets. Built with a catamaran-inspired twin-hull design, this unique kayak offers exceptional stability for varying loads, and enhanced speed and mobility that larger crafts and bass boats can not reach. And equipped with the innovative Flex Drive system, you can control forward and reverse propulsion hands-free so you can conveniently cast, sight-see, and hold your little one while driving the kayak.

    Designed for ultimate comfort for long hours on the water, various activities, and multiple users, the BSB Captain's Seat can be adjusted for leg length, seat height, and backrest incline, includes two rudder controls on both sides so you can easily steer with either hand, and fully swivels so you can easily access the back porch. An exceptionally spacious 25-square foot deck with back porch allows enough room for overnight gear, space for a cooler, or carrying along your child and furry friend. And dual easy-access storage hatches allow for efficient gear organization inside the hulls. With the industry-leading RAM Raised Hand-Track gear attachment on both hulls, you can personalize your rig with rod holders, fish finders, or shade canopies to suit your recreational needs. For easy transportation in and out of the water, the boat is equipped with an impressive, integrated wheel deployment system so your transportation wheels are always on-hand, and four grab handles at the head and tail of each hull make for easy pulling so that getting in the water is as simple as enjoying it.

    • Catamaran-inspired kayak for paddle enthusiasts
    • Twin-hull design offers speed, agility, and stability
    • Innovative pedal system allows for hands-free forward and reverse
    • Seat height, leg length, and backrest adjust for personal comfort
    • 25sq-ft deck space gives room for comfortable space and storage
    • Two easy-access storage hatches for efficient gear organization
    • Industry-leading gear-attachment tracks for mounting accessories
    • Integrated wheel deployment system and grab handles for transport
    • Item #BSB0005

    Tech Specs

    Hull Material
    rotomolded polyethylene, anodized marine grade aluminum
    13ft 4in
    Maximum Load
    sit-on-top, adjustable
    Paddler Skill
    Claimed Weight
    [without the seat and drive] 130lb, [with seat and drive] 160lb
    Recommended Use
    flatwater paddling

    Tech Specs

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    Nice stable platform

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    The Bluesky is basically a standup kayak bass boat with a pedal drive. It is very stable if you stay on the platform, but the pontoons dive if you stand on them to say clear something off the back. I mounted a trolling motor mount on the back of mine. The seat is very comfortable, the back slips when you peddle hard, but there is a simple mod to fix that just add another bolt and nut behind the slide. The factory support has been superb. I had one of the wheel receivers break and there is no pulley system to raise and lower the rudder. also a bit Mickey Mouse, but you can make a mod for that. This boat is pretty slow about 3.5 miles hour pedaling or with a trolling motor, which is ok if you are on lakes etc. Not a great boat in the wind. But for fishing the nooks and crannies and stand up fishing, I don't think you will find a better boat. If you are fishing rivers with current probably not the rig for you. I like the boat I can load it in my pickup with a bed extender and it is easy to launch and load. Needs a handle over the wheels to help to move the wheel .
    positions, but very few faults. The tires that come with it are pretty lame and most owners replace them. All and all a very nice rig.