Motorized fishing kayak ? Yes, and no…keep on reading.
The Solo Skiff is in a class of it’s own. To say it best, the Solo Skiff is a class of fishing boat.
The Solo Skiff is unique in it’s design in every way, from the bow to the stern and the entire design is a true sum of its parts. When you are looking at the Solo Skiff, to fully appreciate it you must look at it while breaking down each of the design components.
The Solo is a hybrid design that forges a kayak, an SUP and a powerboat into a new class of watercraft – of it’s own.
Look at the bow, or front of the boat. – very kayak like right ? It is supposed to be. There are a few design things going on, lets break it down.
The front of the Solo Skiff has:
- Fine entry
- Fully decked
- Deck storage
- Inner hull storage
- Water shedding
Each of these attributes are kayak like right ? Ok, now look at the middle.
The center or middle of the Solo Skiff has:
- Flat roomy cockpit floor
- Raised seat
- Hatch (raised) to access storage
- Rod storage
Very powerboat like yes ? Now look at the rearward end.
The rear of the Solo Skiff has:
- Open ended floor
- No ability to trap water
- Very low almost no freeboard
- Completely flat floor
Paddleboard like yes ?
When you tie them all together – look what you have, a hybrid motorized boat with no rival. Like we said- Solo Skiff is its own class of boat. Power your way out and in, paddle when you get there- SUP paddle, or kayak paddle. You can also pole it through shallows. So it is truly a hybrid in every way from the ability to paddle it, to the ability to power it. What other craft allows you to paddle it, with an SUP or kayak paddle, head under power home, and punch through waves like a kayak with no fear of ever swamping the boat ? None – just the Solo Skiff. See for yourself, the Solo is truly in a class of its own. When you compare everything about the design, its clear that this is a hybrid that has no rival. Solo Skiff – The fishing kayak on steroids.