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Mokai- Motorised Kayak- Jet Unit

  • Closed: Sun 6 Nov 2011, 8:45 pm
Listing #: 419692905
MOKAI - simplicity and performance.

This auction is for ONE Mokai, we have two for sale, specify if you want to buy two if you win the auction.

A unique kayak hull powered by a Honda 4 stroke engine coupled to a jet propulsion system. Removable engine and jet unit that requires less than one minute to assemble or disassemble, without tools. The MOKAI can be transported on top of your vehicle, eliminating the need for a trailer.

Benefits:

Easy to operate
Low running costs
Stable, low center of gravity
Versatile, equally suited for hunting, fishing or exploring
4 stroke air cooled Honda engine
Large storage area for all-day adventures
No trailer required
Top speed of 10 mph.

Included Accessories:

Weather cover
Paddle
Survival Pack with whistle, mirror and distress signalers
Fire extinguisher
Spray skirt
Rod holder (can be used for umbrella)
Mokart - Used to carry your MOKAI to the water's edge. Disassembles in seconds and is compact enough to store in the Mokai as you head out to enjoy the water.
Anchor assembly which is easy to release and retrieve all from the occupant compartment.

Specification:

Length: 11 feet, 8 inches
Width: 3 feet at widest point
Hull: Rotomolded Polyethylene Monocoque Design
Seating Capacity: 1 + 1
Engine: Removable 4 stroke Honda, 5HP
Cooling: Mechanically air cooled with Ram assist
Jet Pump: Axial Flow, Mokai proprietary design
Draft: 4"
Dry Weight (less engine, fuel tank and seats): 100 lbs.(45kg)
Weight Capacity: 360 lbs. (164kg)
Top Speed: 12 mph (Avg speed with 80kgoccupant 9-10 mph)
Fuel Capacity: 3 gallons
Fuel Efficiency: 8 hours of use on 3 gallons of fuel

Shipping details

  • To be arranged
  • Seller allows pick-ups
  • Seller location: North Shore, Auckland, NZ

Payment details

  • NZ bank deposit
  • Cash

About the seller

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  • Member since Oct 2010
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Closes: Sun 6 Nov, 8:45 pm. 2011