Help Me Choose A Boat - Rental Guide

posted: 2013/01/03

At Oregon River Rentals we do our best to accommodate the variety of different places our customers want to use our boats. This is why we have so many to choose from and we understand that it may be confusing to know which boat would be best for you. We've put together this simple guide to help you make your decision.

If you have more questions on which boat would be best for you please don't hesitate to give us a call.

Boat

Body of water

Features

Aire Tomcat

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Solo or Tandem

-Whitewater class IV

  • Self-bailing floor quickly drains water
  • Includes thigh straps & helmet if needed
  • Highly durable material and construction
  • Very stable

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Sea Eagle Explorer

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Solo or Tandem

-Whitewater class II
-Flatwater Lakes

  • Lightweight and very manueverable
  • Carry handles for easy transport
  • Removable skeg for great tracking
  • Can be run solo or tandem

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Aire Sawtooth

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  • -Flatwater Lakes and Bays
  • -Whitewater class II in a pinch
    • Remarkably quick for an inflatable and very manueverable
    • Carry handles for easy transport
    • Self bailing

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    Hula 11 Stand Up Paddleboard

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    -Lakes, slow moving rivers, and tidal areas

    • High pressure(12psi), drop-stitched construction
    • Foam traction pad
    • 2.5 x 11ft for speed and stability
    • 195-pound capacity

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    Big Baron 6 Stand Up Paddleboard

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    -Lakes, slow moving rivers, and tidal areas

    • High pressure (15psi), drop-stitched construction
    • Foam traction pad
    • 11'4" long. 6" thick
    • 250lbs capacity

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