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Customer Rating: 3.9 of 5
I have a wilderness systems pungo140. This sail moves it through the
water nicely. I can even tack left or right with a little problem as I do
not have a rudder so I have to adjust with the paddle.
It is lots of fun.
PROS: Good for doubling or tripling your speed downwind.
Lightweight and easy to fold once you know how. Stows on the deck
out of the way. Quick to move over to kayak, canoe, and back. Clear
center lets you see where you are going. Faster/motorized boaters
can spot you better at a distance. Durable materials.
CONS: Somewhat expensive. You need steady wind for good results.
This DOES NOT make your kayak/ canoe a sailboat - you cannot tack,
go upwind, etc. Be careful not to let it dip to the sides as it will quickly
fill with water creating an effective sea anchor.
FINAL: A good way to 3X your time going downwind, but it's a one
"Columbus" I'm NOT !!!
Well I'm hoping that as time goes on I'll like it better but my first
time out not so much! Maybe the lake I was on was too small I'm
not sure but I had absolutely no control over the sail unless I
reached forward and grabbed the top of the sail itself... The wind
would change all of a sudden and blow right back in my face and
was quiet entertaining to some I'm sure ! I have it on my fishing
kayak and for one, up front where it's supposed to be is too far
away for me and I have a LONG reach.... I'm wanting to move it
back more towards me but that would leave a huge (void)
underneath. The few times I did catch the wind I enjoyed it but I
have to say too that the window they show in this picture is (a lot)
bigger than the one I was sent!!!!! For right now I can only give it
The Cruiser model is as big a
sail as I wanted even for our
usually mild SoCal winds. I
got it for fun or emergencies,
not typical day-trips. Rigging
was simple and secure across
the bow seat of my Hobie
Oasis. With both mirage drives
held vertical, I was able to
make way downwind of course
and even across the wind but
paddling would be much faster
in most conditions. In the rare
event I'd want to sail it with a
paddler in the bow, I might
consider screwing extra
padeyes in to the hull, because
my existing deck lines are kind
of floppy. Furling isn't that
tricky, and I bungee it down
because it won't fit into my
hatch. Would be 5 stars but
the window gets pretty wrinkly
and hard to see through. This
near-perfect sail canot make a
kayaker like me a 5 star sailor!
I ordered the Cruiser sail for
my kayak and I love sailing
down the lake in a stiff breeze.
However, the clips that attach
the sail to the kayak are rather
flimsy and they keep
unattaching themselves from
the eye hooks. I called the
manufacturer about the
problem, but he only
recommended tying a loop to
the eye hook and clipping the
sail to that.
Used the sail a few times so
far it takes a little to get
use to but once you get going
it will really push you
along.After a long day of
fishing its real nice to just
kick back and let the wind
take you home.I beleive that
if you have a rudder system to
steer with it would really
help out.When you use your
paddle to steer it does slow
you down unless you pull the
paddle instead of using it for
drag on one side.overall it is
a great purchase.
After watching the folding
videos and mastering
this "art", we launched into a
nice breeze that
carried us much further and
faster than we had
construction, but a bit
light on the instructions on
how to use the sail
in the included brochure. If
you have a computer,
bone up ahead of time in their
FYI's and videos.
Basically, it's a novel sail
that is fun to use
and really works. It helps
with the paddling,
easily pushing the canoe
faster than you can
We'd recommend the sail, with
the knowledge that
you eventually need to paddle
back up wind. I'd
suggest a "Downwinder" or do
your upwind paddling