Vagabond Mazowe kayak (double)

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  • R 8,540.00
  • Regular price R 9,490.00


The Mazowe will forever change your perception of what a double sit-on-top is actually capable of. This kayak, carrying two people and their gear, can really move! Its hull is designed to reduce drag, maintain a straight course and respond quickly to paddle strokes to change direction. 

This kayak is popular with good reason - it is perfect for families and friends who like to paddle together.

The Mazowe’s most valuable feature is that there is a substantial distance between the seats of the front and rear paddlers to give the rear paddler enough space for a full paddle stroke without worrying that their paddle will hit the front paddler. Paddle cutaways – for both paddlers – mean that both can enjoy a full paddle stroke without clipping the paddle blade against the deck.

The Mazowe is designed to carry two people with their gear stowed on the deck. There is a sizeable Tankwell behind the rear paddler and the footwell of the rear paddler flows into another tankwell in the middle of the boat to maximise the available storage space.

There are all the usual superb features including Multifit fittings, bungee cord ties, a watertight 8″ Screw Hatch at the front, and a paddle rest and bottle holder for each paddler.

Take your Mazowe with you on holiday to the sea and to dams and rivers around the country.

Length 428 cm 
Width 86 cm 
Height 40 cm
Weight 37 kg 
Ideal paddler weight 100-210 kg 
Max. carrying capacity 230 kg 


Kayak Classification

Kayaks under Class A, Class B and Class C have different prices.

Class A are standard retail kayaks.

Class B have the same structural quality as Class A, but with some visual blemishes. These do not affect the performance of the kayak.

Class C have the same structural quality as Class A, but with more visual blemishes than Class B.

Visual blemishes may be scuff marks, a logo that isn't quite right, a blemish in the plastic or rough patches on the surface. These do not leap out at you, but they are there.

Learn more about the Mazowe on the Vagabond Kayaks website.