Meet our multi person packrafts. Multi person packrafts are a great way to get out on the water with a friend and they can save weight and space over two single person packrafts for long trips. The redsigned Explorer 42 is our smallest and lightest multi-person packraft and is sized for a full size adult and a child or dog or two small adults. The new Oryx is the packraft version of a traditional canoe with upright seating and tons of storage with the Cargo Fly. It’s perfect for lakes and flatwater rivers. The Forager is our largest and burliest packraft and is built to take on any kind of backcountry adventure from fly in trips to the Brooks Range, to moose hunting in the Yukon, to self support Grand Canyon expeditions.
$1075 - $1725
$1600 - $2200
$1700 - $2400
|Style||Adult + Dog or Child||2-Person Canoe||2-Person Raft|
|Design||11.7" Cargo Hull||13.1" Cargo Hull||13.1" Cargo Hull|
|Build Configurations||Open (OP)||Touring Open (TOP)||Self Bailer (SB)|
|Cargo Fly||Optional (Dry Bags Sold Separately)||Standard (Dry Bags Sold Separately)||Standard (Dry Bags Sold Separately)|
|Exterior Length||110" | 279cm||129" | 328cm||124" | 315cm|
|Exterior Width||38" | 97cm||41" | 104cm||43" | 109cm|
|Interior Length||62" | 157cm||74" | 188cm||70" | 178cm|
|Interior Width||15" | 38cm||15.5" | 39cm||18" | 46cm|
|Weight*||8.0-8.3lb | 3.63-3.74kg||10.8lb | 4.90kg||13.4lb | 6.10kg|
|Packed Size**||19x7.5" | 48x19cm||19x8.25" | 48x21cm||20x10" | 51x25cm|
|Max Capacity***||600lb | 272kg||800lb | 363kg||1000lb | 453kg|
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*Weight includes all components except inflation bag, repair kit, and internal dry bags for Cargo Fly.
**Packed size is a reference measurement based on folding each lengthwise edge of the boat to the center and rolling from the bow. There are many other methods of rolling and folding the boats that will result in a different packed size that may be more or less efficient for packing depending on the situation.
***Max Capacity is the maximum total weight (paddlers and cargo) that the boat can reasonably carry in flatwater under ideal conditions. Actual capacity for any given trip will vary widely based on the paddler’s skill and water conditions. Please review our weight carrying capacity guide for further details.