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Add outrigger and airfoil sails to your CR-Kayak, and you can sail the transformed craft as high into the wind and as fast as a good sailboat.

Package as shown includes:
#2032 Outrigger 10 ft. HV #2039 Outrigger Parts
#2003 Airfoil Sail Rig 32 sq. ft. #2002 Airfoil Sail Rig 24 sq. ft.
#2005 Two Leeboards Large
#2051 Trampoline

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Eskimo 18-6 CRX 3G

High-Capacity Expedition Cruiser
Fast - Extra Stable - High Volume

Weight, Custom Glass
Weight, Kevlar®/Graphite
400 lbs.
58 lbs.
54 lbs.
Bow Hatch
Stern Hatch

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

If you've ever said, "They just don't make 'em big enough for me," try an Eskimo 18-6 on for size. It will be a pleasant surprise! Designed for tall or heavy paddlers, it is a popular choice of those in need of a high-volume expedition kayak.

The Eskimo really shines when it is being loaded with gear: two large secure hatches give easy access to huge bulkheaded compartments fore and aft. Gear that takes careful planning to stow in most other boats, can be loaded without a thought.
This is a proven, field-tested guide boat. Rangers at Glacier National Park in Alaska use it for patrol work.

A kayak with a choice. Eskimo 18-6 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.

Sea Kayaker Magazine, Kayak Test Report
"The Eskimo 18-6, though designed and sold as an expedition boat or cruise boat for larger paddlers, proved quite compatible with smaller boats on our weekend trip, and even our smallest and lightest female (5'1") had no difficulty keeping it up with the rest of us...
The first and lasting impression of sitting in the Eskimo is its solid stability; a medium-weight paddler in a loaded boat can lean over and stick his ear in the water without feeling that he is about to capsize. This feeling of solid security has been achieved without sacrifice in performance... in company with smaller boats, the Eskimo with its amazing capacity ended up with all the communal gear and other people's personal gear they just could not jam in..."