FS Alpacka Ultralight Water Master Boat

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John Nelson

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This is a unique boat I had custom made by the folks at Alpacka Raft in Colorado. The design is an Alpacka Scout meets a Water Master!

The final weght is just 5 lbs, packs tiny, fishes great, tough as nails.

The tubes are the same material and design at the best selling Scout:

http://www.alpackaraft.com/product/scout/

I paid $800 for this boat just 3 years ago. Have to sell to get a new packraft that can carry my kids.

$700 shipped to CONUS.
 

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Freestone

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Could you please describe the seat? How is it attached? Does it come out? Is it inflatable or foam? Is there any room for storage behind you?
 

MotoBoat

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Could you please describe the seat? How is it attached? Does it come out? Is it inflatable or foam? Is there any room for storage behind you?
Looks like a lounge chair type seat (sit on stretchy material). Is there a option to row?
 

John Nelson

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Could you please describe the seat? How is it attached? Does it come out? Is it inflatable or foam? Is there any room for storage behind you?
NP, the seat is attached via 8 sturdy velcro loops and can be removed for transport. I liked adding my backpacking recliner seat on top to give me more back support. The boat can be paddles kyak style but moves along fast with waders and fins...
 

Stonefish

Triploid, Humpy & Seaplane Hater....Know Grizzler
Cool raft.
Someone should jump on this.

When you get the raft that will accommodate your kids, please post some pics of it.
Thanks,
SF
 

John Nelson

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Cool raft.
Someone should jump on this.

When you get the raft that will accommodate your kids, please post some pics of it.
Thanks,
SF

Will do! This boat is unique but very well made b/c the folks at Alpacka are total pros, I would hate to have to sell this on the dreaded ebay, would rather see if fished here in Puget Sound area :)
 

JesseC

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have you tried floating in it with a pack of considerable size up front? like say 30-40 lbs?
 
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