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Rowing Frame for Paddle Boards and Kayaks

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MSRP: $138.00  
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Rowing Frame for SUP Paddle Boards, Kayaks and KaBoats.

Rowing is not only great exercise, but also more efficient and faster than paddling with kayak or SUP paddles. Rowing is most ancient form of transportation on a water. Before sails and motors, there was rowing.

Our new add-on rowing frame for SUP paddle boards, can also be installed on kayaks and narrow KaBoats. It is simple, easy to assemble H frame, with 2 sturdy rowing arms and oarlocks. Rowing frame can be attached to paddle boards, kayaks and KaBoats with optional tie downs, secured to D-rings or seat straps. If no attachment points exists, such as with regular hard body non-inflatable paddle boards, then optional tie down lashing straps can be run under hull of vessel, to press frame against its top surface.

Inexpensive lashing tie downs are sold on Amazon and local Walmart. Will need at least 4 tie downs. Can be cut shorter if needed, and ends can be sealed with open flames to prevent fraying.

There are 2 seating options available with rowing frame. Either $10 Walmart low profile sand beach chair, placed on top of paddle board, and secured with optional tie downs. Or, fishing seat bolted to the top of frame, with or without swivel and quick disconnect. Top of frame has 4 holes, designed to match holes on bottom of folding fishing seats or casting seats. Folding fishing or casting seats can be purchased on Amazon or local Walmart. Optional swivel platform or quick disconnect can be used to have seat rotate on top of rowing frame or quickly removed.

Rowing frame comes with 2 included stainless steel oarlocks. Oars NOT included. Rowing oars can be purchased in a local outdoor marina store. However, pair of inexpensive SUP paddles are excellent as a rowing oars to be used with this rowing frame. Cheap SUP paddles available on Amazon and Ebay.

  • Shipping size: 4x4x37", weight 7 lbs.
  • Product weight: 6 lbs

Rowing frame on KaBoat SK396.

Prototype of rowing on SUP paddle board. Not actual frame.

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