C2X Coastal Double
Coastal Rowing double, C2X, is a self-bailing boat that gives a great speed and boat feeling. C2X is designed to optimize speed through the waves and with significant surfing performance with the waves/following sea. We have taken the best out from the great success of Single C1X and put it into the design development of C2X. Great surfing capability, which enables high speed and lot of fun when surf rowing with waves.
Strong against head wind and stable which enables constant movement and keeping up the speed. Excellent maneuver ability, quick turning at buoys when in coastal competition and also fold able aluminum riggers for less width of boat at storage in boat house and transportation.
Built to withstand tough waves in the sea but also excellent for rowing in the archipelago or lake. The design language, body lines and the unique color scheme is designed to produce as clean and stylish design as possible. Boat suits and very safe for recreational rowers, are loved by former top rowers and the top rower athletes. Designed and developed in Sweden – for Coastal Rowers by Coastal Rowers. Layout and design by Mats Leo & Johan Wirsén.
The Leo C1X is available in the standard GRP (Glas Fiber Reinforced process) and in Carbon fiber.
The Carbon fiber version gives you a lighter and stiffer boat.
Design your own C2X
In our online configurator you can design your own boat!
About the boat
- Conforms with FISA Coastal Rowing Regulations
- Length: 7,5 m
- Beam: 1,0 m
- Weight: 60 kg
- Foldable aluminum rigs.
- Also available in Carbon. (Weight 54-55 Kg)
Material technology: Vacuum infusion, Soric, vertical PU reinforcement. Brackets for safety rope, 15 m in the bow and stern.
- Aramid/kevlar keel strip in front and under front keel is available to protect hull from damages against stones, beach or collision when landing
- Exclusive carbon seat with wide holes
- Rowfit Foot stretcher, angle feet adjustment, easy to take out and of .
- Shoes, Active Tools Shoes or Racing shoes.
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