The longest multisport kayak in the range. The Time Bandit is remarkable for its speed, turning ability and ease of handling.
The length and volume of this boat make it particularly suitable for paddlers over 75 kg. The Time Bandit has established itself as the multisport kayak against which all others are judged.
Comes standard with a trailing rudder but can be fitted with an underslung rudder as pictured. It can also have both rudders as an optional extra.
The Bandit comes in 3 deck configurations. The original (above) with a lower front deck towards the nose is good in most conditions and excellent in strong side winds.
The low deck is also now available with a longer keyhole cockpit for faster transitions.
The big deck (below) was made for paddlers that were taking on the skis in ocean races to help the bow lift out of the swell. It also proved popular with paddlers in white water and into heavy chop.
Length 6.2 Metres Width 42 cm Cockpit size: Standard and Keyhole.
White gelcoat hull. Deck with one or two colours in gelcoat.
All kayaks have outside glass join, Kevlar internal join. (Except all glass kayaks have glass inside join)
Standard with pedal steering and trailing rudder.
Four bolt adjustable footrest.
Polystyrene foam bouncy glassed in.
Choice of seats.
All fibreglass $2700
Kevlar hull/ fibreglass deck $3000 (Carbon reinforced around cockpit.)
Kevlar hull/ carbon deck $3250. (Also has carbon reinforcing in the hull.)
Carbon hull / carbon deck $3400.
Rear bulkhead $170
Dual rudders $175