Model: Length: Hull Weight: Beam:
CLC Kayak/Canoe SailRig 10' 0" 30 lbs. 120 in.
CLC Kayak/Canoe SailRig Configurations:
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Standard Configurations:
Complete Kit Without Sail
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Alternative Configurations:

Ama Parts Only (For Plans Builders)
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Plans & Manual Only
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Study Plans - Emailed PDF
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Additional Components:

SailRig 70 Sail
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SailRig 55 Sail
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SailRig 40 Sail
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SailRig 70 Mast Upgrade Package (addition to Kit order)
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CLC SailRig Rudder Kit (Footbrace Style)
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CLC SailRig Rudder Kit (Tiller Style)
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Materials List for Plans Builders:
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Kayaks are so easily driven that the urge to equip them for sailing must be as old as kayaks themselves. This neat trimaran-conversion kit, first introduced in 1995, has been built in vast numbers. Read this article for the entire 17-year evolution of the CLC SailRig.

The SailRig is adaptable to almost every kayak and canoe in our catalogue, and most any production kayak or low-side canoe as well. Mounted on a single kayak, the acceleration is neck-snapping, with good handling upwind and down and 9-knot potential. Ten-foot beam gives you monolithic stability (and thus sail carrying power with no hiking out), but the whole rig can be dismantled for cartopping in a half-hour. The SailRig components weigh only about 30lbs total.

  • SailRig 40:  A 40sq.ft sail is more than enough for fast sailing in solo kayaks and canoes.
  • SailRig 55:  The 55sq.ft sail is a good fit for most double kayaks, or for pushing single kayaks a little harder.
  • SailRig 70:  Unlike the 40 and 55, the 70sq.ft. sail requires strategic reinforcement of the host kayak to handle the loads, and a specially equipped mast (including sailtrack).  This option should be reserved for sailors with some skill, and for kayaks with enough bow volume to handle the speeds without "submarining"