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BARAKA is a 2- seater river canoe with a self-bailing bottom that can handle white water up to Gr. 3. The boat has a stiff hull with a pronounced rocker that handles well in rapids.
BARAKA, Sometimes referred to as a “canoe-raft” by some professional river guides for it´s excellent rapids-clearing ability, stability and ease of turning, the qualities that are ideal even for beginners looking for an introduction to river touring in a boat that’s as safe as possible!

2 persons + 1 child23.5 kgTouristWW4


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A hull with particularly pronounced rocker adapted to white water and big waves.
The Baraka’s hull profile is horizontal over only 57% of its total length – the rest of the distance, i.e. two ends each 88 cm long, rises in a curve forming a significant “rocker” to reach a height of 60 cm at the tips. This explains the model’s ability to easily overcome steep, vertical water movements; large rollers and backwashes under weirs in rivers, big waves in lakes or at sea.
A further advantage when navigating in rough environments such as rocky rivers, marshes and vegetation-covered waters: the hull’s low torque, a short 234 cm horizontal section, makes the Baraka extremely manoeuvrable: it turns quickly and easily at the slightest input.

Sometimes called a “Canoe-Raft” by some professional service providers, the Baraka sits “like a bubble” on the water, with an extremely shallow draft when used by two paddlers without a heavy load. This advantage in “difficult” whitewater (cl. 4 and +) is explained by these two factors:
a) A very large tubes-diameter (classic cylindrical): 33 cm
b) The model’s width (10 cm greater than that of the Scout), as well as the width of its inflatable bottom, which extends under half the thickness of the sides, thus considerably increasing buoyancy.

The Baraka offers the possibility of adjusting the positions of the two paddlers to better balance the boat when navigation becomes technical. In the following cases:
– Heavier bowman
– Whitewater class 4 and +, with steep rapids, drops and falls (according to the skills of the crew!)
– Heavier bow load
You can move your seats back 9 cm, which is significant for lifting the front of the boat, as shown in the two figures below (the movement of the thighbrace straps is not shown).


Length (cm) 410
Width (cm) 105
Weight (kg) 23,5
Max. load (kg) 350
Material NITRILON®
Paddle type Canoe
Max. number of persons 2 adults + 1 child
Air chambers 3 + 1
Packed dimension (cm) 70 x 43 x 30
Max. operation pressure (Mpa / Bar / PSI) 0,02 / 0,2 / 3,0
Cardboard box dimension (cm) 76 x 50 x 34

Boat Equipment

  • Self-bailing bottom with a rolling closure
  • Thigh straps with a safety clasp
  • Seats made of flat plywood with with PE foam „COMFORT PAD”
  • Inflatable thwart as the seat
  • Elastic netting for fixing the baggage
  • Strap loops to fix the baggage
  • Grab handles for easy handling
  • Safety ropes on the side tubes
  • Binding rope in the bow and stern
  • Push-push valves
  • Valve wrench for Push-Push and overpressure valve
  • Safety relief valve in the bottom of the boat
  • Elastic loops with a ball to fix the pump
  • Repair kit
  • Transport drybag 135l


Manual BARAKA (1-2024)

Attachment BARAKA (1-2024)

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