2020 13' Alaska Series (Triton) KaBoats are Here!
The new 13' XL Outfitter Series KaBoat comes with extra-large 16" diameter tubes and a very spacious interior. We also made new improvements to provide the most versatile combination boat on the inflatable boat market including German Heytex PVC, upgraded C7 style inflation valves, a triple thick 1.5mm PVC bottom protection layer, and an extra protection layer of 0.9mm PVC on the surface of the inflatable floor (over 1.8mm PVC on the dropstitch floor surface). These improvements account for hundreds of dollars of additional value and are only available for the Outfitter Series KaBoat on our www.saturnrafts.com website!
The KaBoat is excellent for explorations, hunting and fishing in the back-country. This Kaboat was specifically designed to access Alaska's remote wilderness by narrow, shallow streams, while still providing the capability to haul large loads. We have seen some amazing videos from customers using this KaBoat to explore the far reaches of remote rivers/streams and also as a gear hauler on hunting/fishing trips around the globe. Check out our videos on this product page and also the 15' Saturn XL Outfitter Series KaBoat to see just a sample of the incredible uses these KaBoats are serving.
The 13' XL Outfitter Series KaBoat is lighter and smaller than its bigger, older brother the 15' XL Outfitter Series, and therefore is easier to manage with one person. The rigid, drop-stitch air floor is removable and can be protected with marine carpet or vinyl flooring from your local hardware store against accidental punctures by heavy and/or sharp objects.
Instead of the traditional standard of 2 exterior air chambers, the 13' XL Outfitter Series KaBoat comes with 4 separate air chambers for extra safety. In the event of an air chamber failure do to puncture, this Kaboat will still remain operational and get you home safely. Extra heavy-duty rub strake protectors are installed along both sides of the tubes for maximum durability in those shallow rocky rivers, or running it up onto the beach.