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Old 09-15-2009   #1
 
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What kind of boat is this?

My bud gave me this boat. It is some sort of Euro Kayak.
10.5 feet long.
Any ideas?
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Old 09-15-2009   #2
 
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What's the side view look like? If it is creek boat like in it's girth, it would be a Cypher. That was their 80gal creeker. But it looks more like a Rapidfire.
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or possibly a crossfire?
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I was also thinking crossfire
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My first thought is crossfire, but that wasn't a euro kayak model.

Cypher was the predominant euro kayak model around here back then.
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not sure what boat it is, but i'm pretty sure it's not a crossfire. similar, but the crossfire has no lines on it. it is perfectly smooth across the top.
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If you mean a dagger crossifire then no. I had one of those for a while. Def not a dagger crossfire. I have no idea if Euro made a crossfire, so I assume that is what you mean.
It is 10.5' long. Lots of volume. Displacement hull.
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Maybe Infinity
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- possibly a thunderbird or a rapid fire. My understanding is that Euro kayaks are the same as Lettmann, so you can view them all on the Lettmann website. The thunderbird was my first boat.
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Looks like the Rapid Fire to me
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