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Point 65 Apollo Mid Piece


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    From solo to tandem in a quick snap.

    As part of Point 65's most manageable modular system, the Apollo Mid Piece turns the Apollo Sit-On-Top Solo Kayak into an easy-to-store and convenient-to-travel-with tandem kayak for you and your partner. With durable, yet lightweight high-performance thermoplastic material and measuring under five-feet long, you can easily store this mid-section and modular tandem into the trunk of a mid-sized car or a tight storage space. An adjustable, folding seat sits in the front of the mid-section for a second paddler, while the back provides a space for the original paddler's legs. The simple Snap-Tap system is easy to click together when you arrive at the beach and doesn't require much effort when you are exhausted at the end of a long-day on the water.
    • Modular mid-section to turn your single kayak to a tandem
    • Strong and sturdy high performance thermoplastic construction
    • Sit-on-top seat with padded back rest for comfortable support
    • Folding seat collapses for convenient storing and traveling
    • Compatible with Point 65's Apollo Sit-On-Top Solo kayak
    • Item #POI0003

    Tech Specs

    Hull Material
    high performance thermoplastic
    4ft 7in
    yes, padded
    Recommended Use
    flatwater paddling, ocean paddling

    Tech Specs

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    Two questions.
    What is the load capacity of the kayak with the additional mid-section?
    Can more than one mid-section be snapped in (to allow for three paddlers)?

    Hey Mike, to answer your first question the mid section will bring the overall weight capacity up to 530lbs for the tandem configuration. As far as adding a second midsection to the equation in theory you can but I would not recommend it. If you have any other questions feel free to reach out to me directly at or (801) 523-4052.