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With the Splashback, Crescent Kayaks’ goal was to create the best tracking compact kayak on the market. It’s a beginner-friendly boat that’s made for excellent performance and ultra portability. With a full-length keel, the Splashback is able to stay on course better than many other kayaks of comparable length. The Splashback was designed to be a new and improved version of Crescent’s Splash I kayak with added speed and maneuverability.
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Stability
7
Speed
6
Tracking
7
Comfort
5
Features
5
Portability
9
PROS:
  • Excellent portability
  • Lightweight
  • Perfect starter kayak
  • Compact design
  • Good stability
CONS:
  • Limited Storage
  • Fixed seat design
  • Limited capacity
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The Splash II tandem has been a cornerstone model for Crescent Kayaks since the company began. The new and improved Splash II is all about versatility and fun on the water. Balancing affordability and customization, the Splash II lets users tweak it to fit their own personal needs. The Splash II is a tandem kayak which can also be paddled solo. It’s a great starter boat that is built to last and doesn’t slack on performance.
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Stability
7
Speed
5
Tracking
7
Comfort
6
Features
5
Portability
6
PROS:
  • Excellent versatility
  • Good tracking
  • Plenty of stability
  • Highly portable
  • Affordable
CONS:
  • Lacks speed
  • No dry storage
  • No side handles
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The Crescent Kayaks UltraLite lives up to its namesake by combining low weight, features and performance. The balanced nature of the UltraLite makes it a great choice as either a fishing kayak or a recreational vessel. It’s a great kayak for the aspiring angler or for a seasoned fishing enthusiast who wants to have the benefits of a shorter model without sacrificing speed, tracking and agility.
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Stability
8
Speed
7
Tracking
9
Comfort
7
Features
7
Portability
9
PROS:
  • Superior tracking
  • Great features
  • Great agility
  • Good storage
  • Comfortable seating
  • Highly portable
CONS:
  • No transducer scupper
  • No flush-mount rod holders
  • Less stable on rough water
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Stand up paddle boards have become quite popular in recent years. Crescent Kayaks has jumped out ahead of the competition with it’s SUP+ model. The SUP+ functions in some ways like a paddle board, but has many of the capabilities of a kayak, which makes it a fun ride for lakes, bays, rivers and just about anywhere else. Crescent hired some of the brightest minds in the kayak and paddle board industry when designing this vessel and it certainly shows.
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Stability
9
Speed
7
Tracking
7
Comfort
6
Features
4
Portability
8
PROS:
  • Superb tracking
  • Great stability
  • Comfortable seating
  • Spacious deck
  • Decent speed
CONS:
  • No dry storage
  • No side handles
  • Tough to make tight turns
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The Crescent Kayaks LiteTackle is one of the most popular fishing kayaks in the sub-$1,000 range for good reasons. It is considered to be one of the best “paddling” kayaks available and offers superb performance in a relatively lightweight package.
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Stability
8
Speed
7
Tracking
9
Comfort
7
Features
8
Portability
8
PROS:
  • Excellent tracking
  • Good stability
  • Plenty of storage
  • Easy to transport
  • Lightweight
CONS:
  • No deck padding
  • Low seating
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Crescent sought to create a vessel that has all the skinny-water capabilities of a kayak with the power of an outboard motor that can get you much farther and faster than any paddle ever could. Their Solo Skiff is a one-of-a-kind boat that means no water is off limits. It’s made from rotomolded plastic, which lets it ride very shallow in the water like most kayaks. Equipped with your choice of a 5 HP motor, you’ll be able to cruise anywhere you want and expand your reach into any body of water.
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Stability
10
Speed
9
Tracking
8
Comfort
7
Features
9
Portability
5
PROS:
  • Plenty of storage
  • Excellent stability
  • Ample space
  • Fully customizable
  • Transducer ready
CONS:
  • Requires a trailer
  • Not as agile as a kayak
  • No seat included
  • Heavy
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