The Ocean Kayak Peekaboo is a unique sit on top, or SOT, kayak. The Peakaboo kayak is the only kayak with a transparent viewing window on the bottom of the kayak so you can see everything happening underneath you. The Ocean Kayak Peekaboo is great for kayaking over coral reefs or anywhere else there are tropical fish. There is no better feeling on water than seeing the beautiful mother ocean between your legs.
The Ocean Kayak Peekaboo has a price of $999, making it priced to sell considering its luxurious features. Here are the specs for the Ocean Kayak Peekaboo as listed on the company website:
Go ahead, take a peek! The Peekaboo kayak’s unique design includes a large viewing window so you can see underwater while you paddle. Perfect for family fun, the Peekaboo kayak features a kid’s jump seat so you can share the view.
Length: 11′ 11″ / 3.7 m
Width: 34″ / 86.4 cm
Seat Width: Main seat: 20″ / 50.8 cm | Jump seat: 13″ / 33 cm
Weight: 61 lbs / 27.7 kg
Capacity: 400-450 lbs / 181.4-204.1 kg
Comfort Plus™ seat back
Kid’s Jump Seat
Huge tank / gear well.
Molded-in cup holder
Molded-in bottle holders
Two paddle holders
Transducer compatible scupper
Built in ergonomic bow and stern handles
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Rating: 3.8/5 (10 votes cast)
Ocean Kayak Peekaboo Review, 3.8 out of 5 based on 10 ratings
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Written by James Stalker
James Stalker is a licensed kayak teacher and field guide with over 20 years of experience. James fell in love with adventure sports after facing a bout of cancer at a young age. He can be found traveling in some of the corners of the continent almost untouched by nearly anyone else. He lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado.