Increased performance on the water, and easier to manage on dry land, the Scorpio MKII MV in CoreLite X suits even more paddlers' needs.
CoreLite X construction brings the Scorpio MKII’s performance even closer to that of its composite brother, the Cetus; you’ll notice the reduced weight and greater stiffness straight away, but you’ll really come to appreciate it when you’re committed to an expedition and every last bit of energy counts.
A further increase in durability also means that individuals can explore rocky coastlines and shallow bays with absolute confidence, professional users will enjoy a reliable and responsive working platform with an impressive lifespan, and centres can give their clients something that’s exciting and encourages progression without excessive fleet replacement or maintenance costs.
The P&H Scorpio with skeg is an excellent sea kayak. The Scorpio has an extremely efficient hull design and due to its swede form design it has a superb cruising speed. The combination of a V shape hull, round chines and bow rocker means that the Scorpio will cover the distance when you need it to but will also remain playful and manouevrable in and out of rock gardens and caves, perfect for kayaking along our Jurrasic Coastline. Whether you prefer calm conditions or rough conditions the Scorpio will give you the confidence you need to develop your personal skill level. The four hatch layup gives you ample storage space along with deck lines for and aft. The Scorpio comes with a skeg as standard but is also available with a skudder option. The P&H Scorpio comes in three sizes allowing you to choose the kayak with the best fit and load capacity for your type of paddling.
Overall, the Scorpio is a sea kayak that will cater for all levels of paddlers and will perform in any sea conditions you can throw at it. The Scorpio MK2 has the new skeg system from P&H, new positioned skeg slider, water shedding deck, increased knee room and kayak sail mounts built in.