The new motor mount for my Minn Kota on the new seahawk II

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This a slick attachment to the Seahawk II to hold either a small gas engine or electric power. It will enable both Hanne and I to get supplies, hit restaurants, marinas, fish, swim, snorkel, explore everglades and islands while Paradox is at anchor or in a marina. I also have a solar charger for the Minn Kota plus oars if needed. I have only had the Seahawk II inflated in my front room. It is sure a fine well made vessel. I can’t wait to drop it in the warm waters of the Keys.


3 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. brittrunyon
    Nov 17, 2011 @ 17:02:43

    Just add water!


  2. Richard
    Nov 18, 2011 @ 06:00:42

    Congrats on the new inflatable, motor mount and trolling motor..!! I also picked up an inflatable (2 1/2 months ago) and spent 2 months and a week restoring her, she was in pretty rough shape.. Launched her last Sunday, powered by my Uncle’s 2hp outboard.. Had a blast cruising around the mangroves, fishing on the grass flats..!!

    Yeah, inflatables are pretty cool.. Just be mindful of the oysters and barnacles at the dock and seawalls..


  3. s/v Paradox
    Nov 18, 2011 @ 11:34:35

    I agree. I’m looking forward to inflatable cruising also. One thing I am looking at is going out and painting from it. A good floating art studio – I think you have seen some of my paintings like the whale series. I also will be selling my art to help support our Keys journey – hummmm maybe right from the inflatable studio turned gallery. I like it up and down canals and marinas selling art like an old good humor ice cream vender with bells ringing… did you see the painting I did yesterday of a Yellowfin Grouper?


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