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Wifey wants a SUP, and I figure 2 would be better, so the Oasis must go. I purchased it second-hand in 2015 from a guy in Orange County, NY who was moving to AZ; he used it mostly in lakes in and around Harriman State Park. This is the hull that was re-designed in 2011; it looks like a tandem Revolution with the front bow hatch. It has dual steering controls and can be ridden solo from the front or rear seat. The Mirage Drives are V2, in excellent shape, and are secured in the "Click & Go" locking mech vs. the weaker cam rotational mechs. The scupper hole columns are thick and strong compared to pre-2011 hulls. It came with a basic Lowrance FF wired thru-hull with the transducer glued inside (probably Lexel; it is on there tight!). It worked a few months ago but I haven't tested it in a few years. I upgraded the rudder with the sailing rudder, added a fairlead and rear pulley block for sailing, added 2 RAM ball mounts for the front seat, as well as two strap handles by the deck hatches to help maneuvering it. I replaced the standard fins with the ST fins (square-tipped) which provide more power than the std fins but less strain on your joints than the ST Turbo fins. It comes with just one paddle, but I will throw in a basic Hobie scupper cart (the one pictured next to the seats and drives), an aluminum Ram rocket launcher, and 2 slim pvc rod extenders. It was missing a replacement rudder pin so I replaced the replacement . There are no cracks or damage that would render the hull compromised in any fashion, especially near the drivewells and scupper holes. When you pick it up you can test it out in the lake across from my front yard. I will remove the green lake access tag before you take it home. Asking $1500. I will only leave this up until next Monday before listing elsewhere; I wanted to give SOL the first shot. For those viewing this on your phone or non-desktop view, my zip code is 10579. Thanks!
WTS a grey Malibu Pro 2 Tandem (not to be confused with the Ocean Kayak Malibu 2). It looks similar to the one currently on their website but does not have the preset threaded inserts for a motor mount. She's big but stable, has a large rect. hatch and two small round hatches. It tracks very straight and has decent glide. 6 flushmount rod holders and a bunch of scupper plugs made by OK. I have 2 Harmony seatbacks and 2 paddles (One Werner Skagit CF shaft and one Aquabound glass shaft). New models go for $800-999; selling mine for $500 firm. You can test paddle if serious about it on my lake in Putnam County Thanks Sol