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Yellow Cobra Escape Kayak $375

I got the go ahead to buy a Hobie!!! So I need to make room. This is a great little yak but may be a little short for the long paddles. It's nice and nimble though and is rigged for fishing. The previous owner had a trolling motor, hence the registration.

I am located in Arlington, VA and I can meet if it's reasonable.
Cobra Escape -

Color: Yellow
Length: 10'3'' (or 5'' need to confirm)
Weight: 34lbs stock, but it weighs a little more with rodholders and hatches
Hatches: Large A-style bow hatch with twist locks and a mid 10" twist lock center hatch
Rod holders: Two flushmounts and two ram balls in tankwell. One of the balls broke off.
Weight Capacity: 240lbs

I will include a fiberglass shaft paddle, a nice comfy seat from a redfish (needs new clips but I can do that for you if I have time), and a plastic ram tube.

Here's information from a Cobra site:


We think that our Cobra Explorer is as close as you can get to the perfect all-purpose boat. Stable and fast with superb tracking, it is versatile for all sizes, shapes and varying expertise of the majority of paddlers.
An oversized external rear tank well holds all types of sports gear or picnic supplies. For fishing and camping there is a flush foredeck with plenty of space for a large storage hatch. The Cobra Explorer is a totally self-bailing kayak, providing for a dry ride. Its stable 78 cm beam makes it a good ride for anybody.

Length: 3.444 m....Width: 78 cm....Weight: 19 kg
Material: Super Linear Polyethylene
Includes: Handles, centre hatch & tank straps.
Optional: Front hatch & backrest​
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