Mirage Sport

The Sport is sized just right for quick escapes, nine easy feet of kick-back kayak with Hobie MirageDrive motivation.

Hop on and go. Stay awhile; the cushy Vantage CT will float away your cares. The Sport is compact, but doesn’t skimp on comfort or storage. Back friendly; you shouldn’t break a sweat getting to or from the water. Focus on fun; the durable polyethylene is carefree and tough. The Sport has a big heart that equally loves pleasure cruising and teasing bass in the sticks.

Hobie Kayaks with Mirage Drive

Paddle Kayaks​​

MirageDrive Hybrid Mirage Islands

The Hobie Mirage Sport is a do-it-all touring, fishing and sailing (with the optional Sail kit) kayak that is as easy to use as it is to store and maintain.  Toss it in the back of your pickup!

 

The Mirage Sport features the Vantage chair, a Lowrance-Ready transducer mount, a bow hatch with a flip-up lid, two drink holders, dual mid-ship carry handles and map pockets. For 2017, Hobie has upgraded the popular Mirage Drive to the Mirage 180 which now features full reverse. The seat can be moved forward to accommodate users as small as four feet. Pedal it, paddle it or sail it. It's the mini-SUV of the Hobie kayak family.

• Includes Vantage Chair, paddle and Mirage 180 Drive pedaling system

• Hand-controlled rudder with kick-up feature

• Lowrance-Ready transducer mount

• Two molded-in rear rod holders

• Large rear cargo area and a bow hatch with a flip-up lid

Length:9 ft 7 in / 2.92 m

Width:29.5 in / 74.93 cm

Weight:78 lb / 35.38 kg

Capacity:225 lb / 102.06 kg

Leg Room To Peg:41

Leg Room - Total:41

Number of Paddlers:1 - Single/Solo

Type of Kayak:Sit on Top

Hatches Incl:2

Optional Hatches:0

Material:Polyethylene

Made in:USA 

Sebago Sailing, Inc.

Est. 1999

207-647-4400  

 

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1565 Roosevelt Trail (RT. 302)

Raymond, Maine 04071

info@sebagosailing.com

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