Hi Dave, just in case you were not aware, Gulf Coast Kayaks has a couple
Storms in their fleet. (Matlacha Pass at Pine Island Rd.) Perhaps someone
who's thinking about it would like to paddle one for a day first. It was the
first sit-in boat I ever paddled, and it was quite fast and plenty stable.
Sadly I'm not in the market at the moment.
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Sent: Monday, October 10, 2005 9:46 AM
Subject: [swflpc] ***FOR SALE (CURRENT DESIGN STORM)***
THIS KAYAK IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. CONTACT DAVE WHITFORD FOR
INFORMATION. 239-250-4445 OR 239-455-3888
ASKING $950.00 FIRM
Length Width Depth Weight
17' 24" 14 3/4" 62 lbs 32 1/2 x 17 1/2" 18 x 12 1/2" 12 1/2 x 8"
5.18 m 61 cm 37.5 cm 28.13 kg 82.6 x 44.5cm 45.7 x 31.8 cm 31.8 x
Storage Volumes Bow Day/Mid Stern Total Storage Cockpit Total
Cubic Feet 2.15 N/A 3.21 5.36 8.55 13.91
Litres 61 N/A 91 152 242 394
Lively, rugged and affordable.
Designed and built to handle tremendous abuse, the Storm will offer
years of maintenance free paddling at an affordable price. The Storm
is beautifully appointed with features far superior to any other
rotomolded kayak on the market. We redesigned the Storm in 2004,
fine tuning it from stem to stern, including features such as new
hatch systems and rudder controls.
When paddling the Storm you will immediately feel comfortable with
its stability. The Storm has been used on many extensive trips with
The rugged SCLTM polyethylene construction gives it a unique
combination of strength, stiffness, and impact resistance. The
Storm's recessed deck fittings accommodate a very clean deck rigging
system with full perimeter deck lines. Rugged, stable and a great
performer the Storm has raised the bar for rotomolded kayaks.
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