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Seaward's design team has pulled out all the stops to blend just the right amount of length and rocker in a semi "V" hull design to yield a truly high performance touring kayak.

 

The Quest takes rough sea conditions in its stride and its long waterline assures smooth acceleration and excellent tracking.

 

With all these performance features including recessed deck fittings, raised rear hatch, an under deck bag, and a compass make the Quest ideal to paddle or trip in.

 

Standard Features

Molded Padded Seat and Backrest
Rudder Stay-With-Tie-Down
Smart Rudder System
Waterproof Cockpit Cover
Recessed Deck Fittings
Seadog Foot Pedals
Fiberglass Outside Seams
Dual Fiberglass Hatches
Fiberglass Bulk Heads
3/32 S Rudder Cables
UHMW Keel Guard
Thigh Brace Pads

Safety Features

Self Rescue System (SRS™ )
Safe Hatch System

 

 

Dimensions

LENGTH BEAM DEPTH COCKPIT BOW STERN TOTAL KAYAK WEIGHT
19' 22.5" 14.5" 32"L x 16"W x 13.5"D 68 ltrs 163 ltrs 367 ltrs 58 LBS.

 

Seaward Fibreglass kayaks are customizable with 19 colors* to choose from for the deck, deck fade, hull, seam, hatches and coaming.

 

white
ice white
ivory
signal yellow burnt orange
mandarin red fuschia burgundy navy blue
cyan light blue light teal teal aqua
lime
mint
dark grey black  

 

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Testimonials about the Quest
"The Quest has performed very well, handling waves of up to 7 feet and breaking on the Bay of Chaleur and the Gulf of St. Lawrence. It has a huge carrying capacity, I had a full 3 week supply of food on board at the start of the trip. I am very pleased with the Quest and would recommend Seaward Kayaks to anyone looking for a good quality touring sea kayak!" ~ Joe O'Blenis, Pres., Atlantic Kayak Association, NB
"After more than 450 nautical miles loaded to the hilt, my Quest is everything I could expect it to be. It has been dropped, fallen on and drug up on many rocks without nay problems. Thanks to all of you for a great boat!" ~ Robb Nichols, FL, USA
"I think the greatest compliment that could be made of the Quest came the day I finished my 3,200km solo kayak trip of the Great Lakes. After this long fundraising expedition, “Kayaking for Cancer”, friends examined and remarked on the great condition of the boat. I believe this is because of the quality of material used and the time and attention taken in the construction of each kayak. You won’t find any boat with stronger cables, a more rugged rudder or a more structurally superior hull. I would recommend a Seaward Kayak to anyone whether you want to kayak for weekend getaways or extended expeditions." ~ Michael Herman - Ontario, Canada
"I completed my journey from Salt Spring Island to Skagway of May 22/09. Many thanks to Seaward for supporting this expedition. Through storms of up to 5 metre seas and steep rocky landings, our Seaward boats stood strong; we didn't have one bit of trouble with them. My Quest and my client/friend's Tyee performed extremely well. In 51 days and 1200 nautical miles the boats were flawless. " ~ Jack Rosen, Island Escapdes
"Hello to the good people of Seaward, I would like to thank all of you at Seaward for making spectacular boats! Give yourselves a big hearty pat on the back for me. I used one of your Quest models for a solo trip down the the Oregon coast from Astoria to Brookings this summer and it performed wonderfully. (see youtube \"oregon coast kayaker\" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pr-L56RFDG0) I did break apart the front hatch, but that was completely the fault of the massive wave that hit it and me of course, no fault to Seaward. I had a few harrowing moments that, had I been in a lesser boat, may have ended differently. I felt a pride in my boat and a sense of safety that I have not felt in a boat before. I\'ve been a long time kayak guide on Kauai\'s Na\'Pali coast, paddling plastic boats. Now I cringe at the thought of getting back in one of those. Anyway, you\'ve spoiled me rotten. I\'ve got more trips in the works and I\'ll keep you guys updated. Thanks a bunch. Sincerely, -Hayden Peters Portland, OR " ~ Hayden Peters
"I thought I should share one photo from my recent trip to Georgian Bay in Lake Huron. Love my quest!" ~ Doug Sharp

 

*Colours on website are approximate and may not necessarily match those on actual product.