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It’s quick and easy to change from outrigger to catamaran craft..

Package as shown includes:
#0021 Eskimo 16 CRX 3G
#0025 Eskimo 17 CRX 3G
#2041 Catamaran Parts
#2002 Two Airfoil Sails 24 sq. ft.
#2005 Two Leeboards Large
#2051 Trampoline

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Eskimo 16 CRX 3G

Low-Profile Performance Cruiser
For Small and Medium-Sized Paddlers

Weight, Custom Glass
Weight, Kevlar®/Graphite
300 lbs.
49 lbs.
45 lbs.
Bow Hatch
Stern Hatch

outfitting of this model
16" X 35.5"
10" X 18.5"
13" X 19”

Sleek and fast, the Eskimo 16 CRX 3G is a favorite with small to medium-sized paddlers who find the 300-pound capacity of this kayak ideal for adventuring.
With its 23-inch beam, the Eskimo 16 slips effortlessly through the water and tracks beautifully in all seas and wind conditions -- even with the rudder retracted.
Furthermore, this model comes with all the outfitting and deluxe features of every single kayak in the Eskimo CRX series: moldings for Easy Rider's exclusive outrigger and catamaran options, a highly refined re-entry system, deck compass, rudder, anti-theft security eye-strap, elastic deck tie-downs, and paddle-park cleats.
Add a few options -- like an Outrigger and a high-performance Airfoil Sail -- and this boat will have you sailing into the wind and racing sailboats rather than kayaks.

A kayak with a choice. Eskimo 16 CRX 3G incorporates the innovative CR™-System, the basis for our popular Catamaran, Outrigger, and Sailing options. It comes with all the outfitting and deluxe options of every kayak in the Eskimo CRX 3G series.

Deborah Davis, Maine
"Most outdoor gear is not made for my 5'3", 110-pound frame. In search of a kayak for Me, I tried a roto-molded plastic boat. This weighed almost 70 pounds -- empty! As I nestled into the seat of an Eskimo 16, I thought, ‘This is my boat!' In terms of stability, maneuverability, construction, comfort, and safety, the reviews of the Easy Rider Expedition kayaks consistently confirmed what my own experience was telling me. The Eskimo 16 is light enough for me to lift, carry, and get on and off my car. The adjustable seat is the most comfortable of any boat I had tried. The forward and aft hatches eliminate torturous, body-twisting packing and unpacking routines. The Eskimo's lines are simple and attractive to my eye. I said to myself: Yes, I deserve a fine sea-touring kayak!"