The MSRP for the Solo Skiff is $ 2,650.00 This includes the hull rigged with the rod tube, hatch, push pole hooks, grab rail, and the hatch pull or latch. Please contact us for more information, and ordering.
To see the Solo Skiff just give us a call. You can come to the factory or go to a local Solo Skiff dealer. We show the skiff in Jacksonville, Florida by appointment only.
There are as many options as you can imagine. We can do custom gel coat, custom sea dek, grab rails, anchoring systems ( Wang Anchors) rod holders, lights – you name it – we can do it. Call us to discuss your preferences.
The hatch opening is aprox 14 x 16″ The inside box dimension is 12″ deep, and size 18″ x 22″. The distance between stringers is 14″ There is also aprox 5″ from the hull bottom to bottom of floor between stringers fore and aft….see video for a visual
Decks are white. The hull colors are Blue, Tan, Seafoam Green, Fighting Lady Yellow- HOWEVER… we can do any color you want !
Maximum Hp is 5 Hp. You should also note we recommend using a motor with proper rating and a weight that does not exceed 50 pounds
The Solo Skiff empty draws one inch of water. The skiff with a motor and a 200 pound person will draw three inches.
The Solo Skiff will plane with a 200 pound passenger and a 2.5 Hp Motor. The aprox speed will vary but around 8-10 mph, 12-13 with a 3.5Hp, and with a 5Hp aprox 18 mph
The Solo Skiff is as light or lighter than some of the larger pedal powered kayaks from Hobie and others.
The answer depends on you and the way you use the Solo Skiff. Please see the article about powering your skiff.
Fiberglass composite. The boat is built using vinyl ester resins and a method called ‘resin infusion’, which is cleaner, and makes for a lighter and stronger boat.
Any boat can be capsized. Rolling over a Solo Skiff is difficult. You have to try to especially with a battery and trolling motor installed. In certain conditions as in being broad side or parallel to waves you could inadvertently roll the solo skiff. You should always keep the skiff in calm conditions.
Y ou will have to go out with your particular setup and see. The average ADG battery charged is enough to push the Solo skiff all day for fishing HOWEVER not at full speed. Differant battery / trolling motor setups will vary. We will be publishing a chart on this very subject soon.