Mad River Canoe - Synergy 14 Canoe E-mail
Tuesday, 13 October 2009 06:38

Mad River Canoe - Synergy 14
Mad River's answer to kayak fishing.

The Synergy 14 is a thoughtfully crafted sit-on-top kayak for the angler that seeks a steady platform and a maneuverable, yet efficient hull. Staying true to Mad River's canoeing roots, this boat can be easily propelled with either a single or double bladed paddle.

Fore and aft storage is made secure by mesh covers held in place with bungee. A convenient storage hatch is located in front of the paddler to quickly access smaller items. The Synergy 14 has adjustable foot braces and thigh padding to allow you to comfortably paddle and fish the day away. An adjustable seat further adds to the comfort. Rod holders are located behind the paddler and a cup holder is right in front. This boat does not have drain holes in the hull.

Synergy 14 Canoe - Specs

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Length 14' / 427 cm
Gunwale 28.75" / 73 cm
Width @ 4" waterline 28" / 71 cm
Maximum 30" / 76 cm
Center Depth 10" / 25.4 cm
Bow Depth 14.25" / 36 cm
Stern Depth 12.25" / 31 cm
Bow Rocker 2.25" / 6 cm
Stern Rocker 1.5" / 3.75 cm
Average Weight 64 lbs / 29 kg
Max Capacity 6" Freeboard 400 lbs / 149 kg
Gunwale System N/A

Features

  • Multi-chine Hull
  • Adjustable Footbraces
  • Adjustable Padded Backrest
  • Padded Seat Back
  • Mesh Gear Covers (Bow & Stern)
  • Recessed Rod Holders
  • Rod Holders (2)
  • Rod Notches (2)
  • Molded Cup Holder
  • Cockpit Bungee Tie Down
 

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