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Ok guys,
So I have a post looking for a kayak for my son to get started in on here, but I know it’s not good for him to be solo on the water and my shoulder prevents me from using a paddle yak.. so instead to buying him a cheaper paddle yak, and me a pedal one is there a tandem pedal yak that you would recommend that we could both fish out of, but could be operated by 1 person?
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Mike


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The only tandem pedal-kayak I am aware of is by Hobie. You will likely be trailering and using boat launch.

I am not sure what you are looking to spend, but if you are thinking less than $500 or something for a pedal-kayak you need to go back to looking at the ones with paddles unfortunately. Google around and you will see quickly.
 

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The only tandem pedal-kayak I am aware of is by Hobie. You will likely be trailering and using boat launch.

I am not sure what you are looking to spend, but if you are thinking less than $500 or something for a pedal-kayak you need to go back to looking at the ones with paddles unfortunately. Google around and you will see quickly.


Actually is was thinking 1200-2000$
Hobie oasis is like 3K+



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