Two used Stellar S14 Kayaks now at River Bear Racing!

We just got in stock a matching pair of used yellow/white Stellar S14 kayaks in Advantage layup, with all the gear! Each boat comes with a like-new boat cover, a cockpit cover, a spray skirt, two back bands (low and high), and a Stellar low-angle carbon touring paddle (with a nice paddle bag) – in other words, a complete get-on-the-water package! One of the boats also has a pump. Both S14’s have a retractable skeg, adjustable foot braces, two hatches, a comfortable seat, and bow and stern bungees. Deck cutaways help keep your paddle stroke in closer to the kayak without whacking the deck. At 14’4″ long x 23.6″ wide and weighing just 36 lbs, the S14 is small enough to be transported easily, stable enough for almost anyone to feel comfortable, and efficient enough to really enhance your days on the water.

One of the S14’s is in very good shape, with just a few minor marks on the hull.

The second S14 is very solid, but it does have a couple of crush spots on either side to the rear of the cockpit, apparently from having a strap over-tightened. The integrity of the boat hasn’t been compromised, but it does impact the appearance. This boat also has some additional gelcoat wear on the stern, and there is a small dent to the right side of the cockpit. This S14 does have the cockpit pump.

A new S14 Advantage retails for $2965 ea; carbon touring paddles are $449 ea; boat covers are $115 ea; cockpit covers are $37 ea; large back braces are $30 ea; and spray skirts are $99 ea. Total for each kayak package new would be $3695. Get a complete S14 kayak package (one boat, one paddle, one cover, etc) for only $2000 for the cleaner S14, or $1500 for the S14 with some minor damage! Deduct $200 from the price of either boat if you don’t need a paddle.

Nice looking Stellar S14 Advantage!
Cockpit shown with the large back band.
Under the deck.
Skeg extended.
Forward hull.
Mid-hull. Some scratches and marks.
Aft hull. Just a few marks.
The second S14. This kayak also looks good, but it does have some minor damage.
Crush spot on left side of deck, aft of cockpit.
Crush spot on right rear of cockpit. What appears to be a line between lighter and darker sections is just a shadow in the photo.
Dent on left side of cockpit (line is just a shadow)
Seat with the smaller backband.
Under the deck. Pump is shown attached to the bottom of the deck.
Some gelcoat wear on the stern.
Forward section of hull.
Skeg extended.
Aft section of hull.

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