A revolution in sea kayak ideas and designs. This P&H Delphin turns traditional sea kayak design on its head and challenges many preconceived ideas of how a sea kayak should look and behave. The cockpit has been move backwards and the stern squared off so the bow just kisses the water, but when paddling the stern engages and aids tracking. This combination is unique to the Delphin creating a kayak that is long enough to paddle like a traditional sea kayak on flat water with enough speed to keep up with the pack but will transform into a new genre of free-ride sea kayak when it hits moving water, coming alive in tide races, over falls and surging water.
The Delphin 155 MK2 has four hatches, round front and oval rear hatches provide plenty of space for larger items and a day hatch behind the cockpit as well as a handy hatch in front of the cockpit allow you to have the essentials to hand whilst on the water.
The MK2 Delphin has also had a couple of upgrades, the skeg slider has been moved up on to the fore deck to stop it getting knocked whilst getting in and out of the boat and whilst paddling. The MK2 also comes with brass inserts mounted on the deck to attach the P&H Code Zero Sail System.
The Delphin comes with a drop down skeg as standard. The cockpit is outfitted with the Pyranha Connect system, to ensure a snug fit when playing in waves and tide races.