Riviera

$549.00

Jackson Kayak

The Riviera is Jackson Kayak’s blend of easy and FUN! Designed for its simplicity, the Riviera is a great option for those looking for an easy to use, easy to store and comfortable sit on top. The high back on the seat gives you the comfort and support you need to to enjoy your paddling adventures, and with very few moving parts, the Riviera is sure to provide fun for a lifetime. A small day hatch in the center provides semi-dry storage for your lunch, sunblock, or other accessories you might need close at hand. A great “cottage boat” as well as one of the most popular rental boats on the market.

Length: 11’4″ • Width: 29″ • Capacity: 300 lbs • Weight: 58 lbs • MSRP: $549

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10 Comments

  1. Austin Secratt

    What type of plastic is the Riviera made of it

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    • Will Richardson

      Hi Austin. Our kayaks are made of rotomolded polyethylene

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  2. Verne Hoge

    I’m wanting to purchase two Riviera kayaks. I’m trying to find out whether the order comes with paddles or not. My decision will be base on that.

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    • Will Richardson

      Hi Verne. I am sorry, our kayaks do not come with paddles.

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  3. Verne Hoge

    These will be gifts? Do they ship in a box? What do you recommend for paddles?

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    • Will Richardson

      Heya! The ship in a packing cloth and wrapped for protection. For paddles, check out paddles from our friends at Bending Branches or Werner!

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  4. JODI BLACKPORT

    We have two of these kayaks and they are great for casual floats down the river!! BUT … we would like to add the RotoGrip Paddle Holders, is that possible? Can we purchase a track system and install without compromising the kayak material?

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    • Clay Wright

      Checked with Bridgett Valet who says yes – you can drill the Rotogrip accessory into he Riviera. You will have to find a flat spot and do it carefully to prevent leakage but since the deck is dry except for splashes (unless kids are using it 🙂 it should work well. Drill the right size holes and the screws should seal into the plastic. For extra security, add a rubber washer or even a thin piece of electrical tape under the screw. If you do get some drips, it’s easy to drain and dry your Riviera anyway. Good Luck! Clay

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  5. Time Braun

    Do you sell any double seated kayaks?

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