Bell “Rob Roy” Kevlar Kayak, 15’, 34lb

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Bell “Rob Roy” Kevlar Kayak, 15’, 34lb

Built by Ted Bell in his Princeton, Minnesota location, the
Rob Roy may be considered an open-cockpit kayak, or you might call it a decked
canoe.  Either way, for a solo wilderness, portage-friendly craft, it’s hard to beat the Rob Roy.  I have carried this on one shoulder over
portages for about 8 seasons.  The
Kevlar, called “Black Gold” by Bell, has a red gel decking, and still weighs in
at a comfortable 34 pounds.  Believe me,
this craft is way more comfortable to handle in a BWCA crosswind than a solo

The kayak has been stored inside each winter (basement) and
in the garage during the summer seasons, receiving regular applications of 303
Aerospace Protectant to protect the hull from sun fade.  Check out the photos—it’s in good shape.

Included is a Carlisle paddle and original spray skirt, both
in good condition…I rarely used the skirting.

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