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Topic: Tsunami X 15  (Read 9035 times)

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Looks like On Water Designs (Tim Niemier) is doing a limited run of these legendary boats.

http://www.onwaterdesigns.com/pacifi-kayaks/tsunami-x-15



He also has the Coyote 14

http://www.onwaterdesigns.com/tsunami/58-coyote-14-pre-order-details



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That video on the link is really cool.

I'll never whine about a wipeout ever again, on the grand huli scale mine are entirely unspectacular.

Those kayaks are pretty sweet. If Hobie made rudders that big you could pull some serious evasive maneuvers.




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Holy Cow!  That looks like fun!!!

I like the hull design on these.  They look fast and controlled.
One of these days I'll learn the Eskimo Roll...............

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Wow!!! And I thought my day at work was punishing. I'll just live that vicariously thru that video clip. Narly,dudes. :o :o :spittake: :spittake:


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pretty cool looking boat. Tsunami Rangers have issues  ;D

I like how the SOT bulbous keel thing has hard lines/sharper edges and is more tapered than most SOT's. Looks like it would handle more like a HP boat and less like a barge.

I'd like to paddle one, I've only seen the older FG boats they use....and they looked like SOT polo boats.
« Last Edit: February 17, 2011, 08:56:19 AM by NANOOK »


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Tim also designed the Diablo Paddlesports kayak ...http://www.diablopaddlesports.com/



And the KC Kayaks one ... http://www.kckayaks.com/



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I think the diablo stuff looks cool, but man, I wouldn't want to push that thing around. I'd want to put a motor on it.

The coyote 14 is more what I've been looking for I think. I'd like to paddle one though. Already e-mailed the boss to see if we could pick up a couple.

Thanks for sharing.
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Problem with the coyote 14 is, were do you put the milk crate?  and whats a kayak fisherman without a milk crate.
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The coyote 14 is more what I've been looking for I think. I'd like to paddle one though. Already e-mailed the boss to see if we could pick up a couple.

I talked to Tim today.  The Coyote is nothing more than a Scupper.  Apparently he retained the rights to them.

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Holy Cow!  That looks like fun!!!

I like the hull design on these.  They look fast and controlled.
One of these days I'll learn the Eskimo Roll...............

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I think it was Sea Kayaker magazine about a year ago that had a feature on the Tsunami Rangers. from that i knew they had been doing some legendarily wild surfing and rock gardening, but seeing it on video really brought home how wild they were.
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that video is crazy i almost feel bad for those boats  ;D they sure can take a beating


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I think the diablo stuff looks cool, but man, I wouldn't want to push that thing around. I'd want to put a motor on it.

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Motorized is definitely an option. here's a quick video note i took at ICAST



if anyone else is interested in the Diablo's, I'll have one soon


now back you're featured thread[/threadjack]
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