The Hobie Quest 11 is the casting kayak that has everything you need to fully unwind, without unnecessary, distracting stuff. The Quest 11 has a clean, appendage-free under-body that glides on the water and its svelte hull weight and user-friendly handles make portaging a snap. For 2017, Hobie has updated the Quest 11 to include the Vantage seat, a removable, lawn-chair style seat with 3 height options. While versatile enough to please any crowd, the Hobie Quest 11 has an angler-friendly pedigree that includes covered bow stowage, molded rod holders and a tankwell that will fit anything from a crate system to a Hobie Livewell.
|Length:||11 ft 1 in / 3.38 m|
|Width:||29 in / 73.66 cm|
|Weight:||58 lb / 26.31 kg|
|Capacity:||300 lb / 136.08 kg|
|Leg Room To Peg:||48|
|Leg Room - Total:||50|
|Number of Paddlers:||1 - Single/Solo|
|Type of Kayak:||Sit on Top|
|Caribbean Blue †||782082||0792176672654|
|Golden Papaya †||782032||0792176159148|
|Ivory Dune †||782092||0792176289074|
|Red Hibiscus †||782042||0792176594383|
Hobie Quest 11 very easy to load, transport and launch. Probably adding a rudder, more for fun than necessity. With anchor trolley installed, Hobie crate in back, and that fabulous AT Fishstix carbon paddle, I'm set for another great day on the water...anywhere! Thanks, ACK for all your support!
This is a magnificent kayak. Hobie is known for its mirage drive propulsion system. The paddle-only kayaks (like the Quest) are often overlooked. They shouldn't be. The Quest is a stable and fast fishing machine. I fish mainly small bodies of water and rivers/streams with mine, and it manages my 230 pounds perfectly. Paddles better than any kayak I've owned (8-10), and glides extremely well. Would be nice to add a rudder but why clutter up the simplicity this kayak is. I also have a 2014 Outback but so far, it has only been used once this fishing season. The weight of the Quest makes it easy to carry and transport. Highly recommend.