I have one kayak too many and wish to sell one of them, my Mariner Express. The Mariners ceased production around 2007 and remain famous for their hull design which needed neither rudder nor skeg and handled rough conditions very well. This has certainly been my experience. They are sought after, but very hard to find. These kayaks typically had no front nor rear hatch, so (for safety) one needed to stuff float bags in bow and stern. However, John Abercrombie in Victoria remodels such kayaks and mine has front, back, and day hatches with fiberglass bulkheads - very professionally done. This particular kayak has the sliding seat, allowing you to adjust trim while underway. See descriptions, specifications, and testimonials for the various Mariner kayaks at http://www.marinerkayaks.com/ This was the kayak of my dreams; so why sell it? Unfortunately, I have a bad lower back which restricts my reach and torso rotation. I cannot roll this kayak consistently, whereas I can roll my other kayak quite easily. I can include a 2 piece Greenland paddle and a nearly new neoprene spray skirt. The kayak has a red deck, white hull, and built in paddle keeper for a spare paddle. Photos can be provided to interested parties. The kayak is located in Sandpoint, Idaho, USA.