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Item #: 2042
Sail kit for . Marine Pro, Seahawk 4, Challenger 3, Navigators
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Product DescriptionSail kit for Navigator II 500 inflatable boat, as described above at item 2041 and for Navigator II & III 400. Navigator boats have been renamed "Cheyenne" but they are the same boats. Also for Solstice Voyager 6-person boat, Seahawks, Hydro Force Marine Pro and Intex Challenger 3.
See item 2041 description for upgrade options you could add to your order.
Tiller is located on the side, so you can sit centered on the floor at the stern, with the rear air chamber for back support, and comfortably steer with one hand, at your side.
Add item 5011 to upgrade sail size and mast. Or add item 2047 to do that plus add carry bag and electric pump.
Choose sail color scheme: CLICK HERE
This is the rig for Seahawk 400, Seahawk 4 and other boats that don't have a stern handle or other fitting to strap to down low on the stern. Dinghy sail kit options, upgrades and accessories page: Click Here.
Customer comment: 'Marvelous Invention' "Jim, I took the Cheyenne II [formerly Navigator II ] for its first sail on Lake Wyola in Shutesbury ma. The wind was light and the double steering oars served as rowing oars when needed. Got to try your dancing sailboat maneuver by raising both steering oars. I admired;1- the cleverness of using the clamp for the leeboard mounts as the clamp to lock the side bar extension,2 The shock corded boom and gaff kept inside the sail sleeve , the high quality of all the parts, even the web straps and buckles. I learned something not obvious in the instructions, that the cheyenne II air valves can be locked open by depressing and turning the center pin, not required for inflating with an electric pump, but makes deflating and rolling up the hull quick and easy. I hope you have gotten time to use your marvelous invention this summer. The weather has been so oppressive. Looks like I will be selling/donating my Sunfish! I am looking forward to taking this boat to Cape beaches." Ted L. Amherst MA "
Video of sailng: Click Here.
Installation video showing center-rudder version of this sail kit: Click Here.