Get ready for your next adventure by purchasing a Seascape Expedition, the finest expedition grade tandem kayak ever made. This kayak features the best balance between speed, manoeverability, and stability ever devised. Their durability is legendary and makes them the favorite of outfitters and expeditioners who need and demand the utmost dependability. The Expedition is the top-of-the-line double kayak model within the Seascape design family, widely recognized as the best group of two-person kayaks ever built.
The Seascape Expeditions with our customizations retail for almost $4800 when new. So our prices for lightly used double kayaks are truly a bargain and will save you a third of the new cost! The best bargain we have right now is a group of tandems that have been used for 11 months. They were selling for $
3399 this spring but are now priced at $3199 for our late summer sale. These have a variety of deck colors including Caribbean green, glacier blue, and Aztec yellow. All of these kayaks still possess a great finish on the topsides. And all these tandem kayaks include some expensive upgraded features such as fiberglass bulkheads that provide greater hull strength and more reliability than other bulkhead types, and comfortable custom backbands that replace the stock backrests. All hulls are oyster white and feature black trim (as shown in the photos). You can also order a new kayak from us in any custom color combination you like.
|Cockpit Opening ||36" x 16"|
|Cockpit Depth||Fore 14" / Aft 13"|
|Front Hatch||15" x 9.25"|
|Center Hatch||16" x 17"|
|Rear Hatch||20" x 14"|
|Load Capacity||850 lb|
The Seascape Expedition double kayak features a large cargo capacity and a long, graceful waterline. The speedy design makes it ideal for either extended trips with full loads or short day paddles. The hull features a modified-V bottom with soft chines, the same design that is used in today's highest performance solo kayaks. This hull shape allows the Seascape Expedition to handle just about any water conditions from open ocean, outer coast, calm inland lakes, to Class 2 rivers. They are one of the few tandems that can still move fast and remain highly maneuverable in rough waters as they can slice through and over waves instead of bogging down.
The Seascape design family includes three fundamental models: the Seascape II, Seascape Expedition, and Seascape .5 ("Point 5"). The various Seascapes are the favorite of tour companies and outdoor programs throughout the world thanks to their excellent performance, quality workmanship, and durability. Like most top-quality kayaks of the modern era, all Seascapes have watertight compartments in the bow and stern separated from the main hold by bulkheads. This provides convenient storage for your gear, but more importantly, it ensures vital buoyancy in an emergency.
For those seeking the greatest safety level available, you should know that the Expedition model features more than just the standard bow and stern compartments. There is also a high volume airtight compartment in the center of the boat that doubles the buoyancy found in most tandem designs. A center hatch provides easy access to this completely separate bulkheaded compartment. Besides greatly improving floatation safety, this huge storage area protects your gear from getting wet, and provides much greater rigidity and strength to the hull. The most responsible kayaking outfitter companies always choose the Expedition model if they paddle on anything but the calmest lakes. Here at Sea Quest we feel our guests deserve the highest level of safety and convenience possible, so we only use Seascape Expeditions, even if it costs us a larger investment in equipment.
Although we like all of the Seascape models, we believe that each model has its own particular niche for differing water conditions. Which is right for you? Do you paddle paddle primarily in cold water? If so, you should opt for the added safety of the Seascape Expedition with its extra bulkheads and floatation. With proper practice, capsized kayakers using the Expedition can rescue themselves quickly, even in very rough water, thereby reducing exposure to hypothermia. If you paddle only in warm waters with little risk of hypothermia, then the Seascape II or Seascape .5 may suffice. On a related note, we thoroughly tested the Seascape .5 for a full year and determined that it is too short for use on open marine waters or other bodies that are prone to choppy wave conditions. We recommend the "Point 5" only for paddling on small lakes with warm water where it works extremely well as a speedy and stable substitute for the traditional canoe.
Seascape Expedition kayaks cost almost $4800 when new so our prices for lightly used kayaks are a great deal! For another $279 we can add a set of Werner paddles, Extrasport life jackets, and Snap Dragon spray skirts for two persons. See our Used Kayaking Equipment for Sale page for more details. The total package is about half of the retail cost when new. Although the kayaks have been used from 8 to 12 months they still possess a lifetime of usefulness. Remember, our Seascape kayaks are always used under careful supervision by our guides, are never rented, and are never abused or damaged. They are in beautiful condition!
Be sure to read the information presented on our introductory page to our used kayaks for sale as it explains, among other things, why our kayaks are in such excellent condition compared to other kayak outfitters!