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    The Whistler
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    Soft Chine
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    Keyhole Cockpit

Current Designs Whistler

Re-designed in recent years, this old favourite now has a modernized deck profile, keyhole cockpit, and recessed deck fittings. Now featuring increased foot room, the Whistler is a great option for paddlers wanting to move up from a recreational kayak, or start out with a seaworthy transitional design. A great kayak for activity-oriented paddlers like photographers or fishermen.


  • Fish Form: Widest ahead of the cockpit, Fish form kayaks have a more blunt entry but will have a more slender exit through the water
  • Soft Chine: A smooth transition from the bottom of the hull to the sides
  • Keyhole Cockpit: A keyhole cockpit blends the openness of a recreational cockpit and the integrated thigh braces of a touring cockpit
  • Shallow V: The “V” shape improves tracking, has a lively feel and delivers very comfortable stability
  • Deck rigging bungee
  • Reflective perimeter rigging
  • Padded seat bottom and backrest
  • Bow and Stern bulkhead
  • Rudder System


  • Length: 14' 6"
  • Weight: 58 lbs (with rudder)
  • Width: 24"
  • Deck Height: 14.75"
  • Cockpit: 37.25" x 16.5"
  • Bow Hatch: 9.5" x 9.5"
  • Rear Hatch: 16.5" x 11"
  • Max Capacity: 400 lbs
  • Paddler Size: Small-Large
  • Recommended Paddler Weight: 110 - 275 lbs