Hobie Mirage Revolution 16
$3790 or $37.02 a week for 12 months, after $948 deposit*
We have Limited number of older model Revolution 16’s please call 0249477899 for pricing and more information
A long waterline, a tidy beam and the ability to quickly cover ground typify the, newly renamed, Hobie Revolution 16. This long, lean touring kayak allows you to fly through the water, and its deck’s carefully positioned features, such as molded-in drink holders and mesh-covered stowage pockets, and the new Vantage CT seat ensure a comfortable ride. Yearly upgrades, such as a new rudder control and better lifting handles (compliments of the Tandem Island) make the boat even more of a pleasure to use, both on and off the water. The Adventure’s speed, range, ample storage space and ease-of-use will open up a new world of touring possibilities.
Length: 16′ / 4.88 m
Width: 27.5″ / .7 m
Capacity: 350 lbs / 159 kg
Fitted Hull Weight: 75.5 lbs / 34 kg
Fully Rigged Weight: 92 lbs / 42 kg
Hull Construction: Rotomolded Polyethylene
Powered by MirageDrive 180 The MirageDrive 180 forward-reverse propulsion system is integrated into most MirageDrive kayaks. The MirageDrive 180 continues to deliver on Hobie’s legacy for snappy, reliable performance, confidence-inspiring power and all-day efficiency. But this is only one element of what makes your fishing kayak, Hobie-style, so sweet.
Adjustability begets comfort
The Vantage seating system provides the comfort needed for long stretches out on the water. The seat-back, bottom, height, and lumbar-support are all easily adjustable.
MirageDrive with ST Fins
Twist and Stow Rudder
Two 8” Twist and Seal Hatches with Gear Bucket
Two Molded-In Rod Holders
Two-Piece Paddle with On-Hull Storage
Hobie carts quickly plug-in to scuppers and take the effort out of getting to water’s edge.
The daggerboard is used to improve upwind performance by preventing the boat from slipping sideways in the water.
This 8-gallon, live-bait tank was custom-designed with the serious angler in mind.
Add sail power to your boat by sliding the mast of this simple kit into the sail mount.