Cetus HV

From: £3,195.00

Demo Boat Available 

The boat for getting out there and getting away from it all!

The ‘Cetus’ is a fast cruiser designed as a load carrier. It has become the natural choice for paddlers looking for a stable expedition platform or a fast, easy to paddle boat for long distance paddles. However it’s not just a boat for long trips though, it’s equally as capable being used as a fast day cruiser. The Cetus sees a resurrection of a concept we were playing around with ten years ago: the fourth hatch in easy reach in front of your cockpit. It’s proving more and more popular with paddlers who want somewhere quick and easy to reach to stow a camera or day gear when things are getting a bit rougher.

In 2011 the original Cetus has been adjusted to create the new Cetus HV. Volume has been increased, redistributed and balanced in certain areas to give larger paddlers more knee and foot room with an increased carrying capacity. This has also allowed us to fine tune the seat position to improve tracking and give more neutral and predictable handling.

KEY FEATURES

  • Long Waterline and Shallow ‘V’ Hull
    A fast, efficient sea kayak that makes open water crossings a joy and will have you at the horizon in no time.
  • Large, Rounded Chines
    Provide confidence inspiring stability, and release the bow and stern when edging for compact turns.
  • Swede Form Design
    Widest section is behind the seat creating a, stable and confidence inspiring platform.
  • Low Back Deck and Cockpit Rim
    Reduces windage, and facilitates easier rolling and re-entry.
  • 4 Hatches
    Versatile distribution options for an impressive amount of kit.
  • Deck Reinforcement as Standard
    To withstand the forces exerted by a kayak sail mast foot.
  • Max paddler weight 140kg

 

SPECS

Length557cm
Width57cm
Volume379l
Weights
Performance Kevlar / Diolen27kg
Expedition Diolen29kg
Lightweight Kevlar / Carbon Infusion23kg
Expedition Kevlar / Carbon Infusion27kg
Max Paddler Weight140kg

Available in 4 constructions – for further information please visit the P&H website http://www.phseakayaks.com/ph2019/kayak-constructi…

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