In order to transport a watercraft to and from the water, one of the best options for an adventure sports person is the Quantum Engineering Stern Wheels Cart.
This lightweight, yet tough boat cart is compact and easy to use. It uses a flexible plastic cradle capable of adjusting to a variety of different stern shapes. This makes for gentle bracing while still allowing the user to transport the watercraft over uneven ground.
The cart also uses dual nylon webbing straps that enable the user to secure the boat hull to the cart. It is also fitted with rubber-coated hooking straps, which allow for cockpit anchoring with minimal frustration.
Accommodating the user in fast breakdown procedures, the wheels are designed to come off with quick-release pins on the axles. This helps with compact storage needs, allowing a kayaker to place the cart into the boat hull or cargo hatch.
Finally, it is designed using corrosion-resistant materials to enable long-term use of the cart. Overall, it works great for a variety of boats.
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Written by Cliff Steele
Cliff Steele prides himself on having a strong knowledge of kayaks and kayak supplies. He works hand-building kayaks for a variety of clients. Sharing a name with a well-known comic book character, Cliff is known to his friends as "Robotman." Cliff lives in San Diego, California.