The Native Watercraft Propel 12.5 may be the most boat in a 12-foot package you'll find anywhere. Generous beam and plenty of volume give the boat the stability to let you stand confidently for casting or just getting a good view of what's ahead. The pedal drive enables you to enjoy the Mariner's maneuverability and comfort all day. The crank arm on the pedal drive has been shortened for easier pedaling so you don't have to bring your knee up as far. The Native Mariner 12.5 features an open rear deck that is great for a small passenger or gear for a day on the water. The unique low rear deck design coupled with unrivaled stability means that climbing back in after a swim or snorkel is almost effortless. Drive works in both forwards and reverse. Discontinued model.
|Length:||12 ft 6 in / 3.81 m|
|Width:||32 in / 81.28 cm|
|Weight:||90 lb / 40.82 kg|
|Capacity:||400 lb / 181.44 kg|
|Leg Room To Peg:||43|
|Leg Room - Total:||46|
|Number of Paddlers:||1 - Single/Solo|
|Type of Kayak:||Sit on Top|
|Rod Holders Included:||0|
Smooth pedaling, forward and backwards. Maneuverability great. Also swings out of the way for paddling.
Very pleased with this purchase. Being able to pedal in reverse is a plus. There are plenty of attachment points on this kayak but my question is how? I haven't seen anything on the ACK site on Mariner attachments but maybe I haven't looked hard enough. The seat is fully adjustable which helps but isn't the most comfortable on long trips. Invest in a nice cushion and you should be good to go.