Just looking for some thoughts on them. I purchased one 3 years ago. It is a 2 person raft with deep royal blue tubes 14' long with the platform and waist bar for the fisherwoman in the front. Low seat for the oarsman with lightweight paddles but very large ends. It came with cargo bags and quick release anchor assembly. I have seen a lot of single bucks bags but i have not seen any other doubles on the kenai. I must say so far I have been very impressed with the raft. My wife and I have used it on an average of 40 floats a year (granted it is just the upper kenai or a few lakes) I have not had a single issue with it. I can move it anywhere I want on the river very quickly, it does not draft much water, Will hold a cooler of ummmm your favorite beverage and snacks on the rear platform and has just allowed my wife and I to share some great moments on the river over the last 3 years. I do maintain it well though or at least I think I do. I do leave it inflated all summer where i store it. i do let air out to allow for expansion due to the heat in the summer. I check it before every float (straps, cuts, gouges, pins, etc etc) When I store it for the winter I take the frame off the tubes and hang it in the garage. I open the valves on the tubes and unzip the outer tube and let them dry out fully over the winter in the garage that is kept at around 55 degrees. If anyone has any other storage tips or thoughts on the rafts Id like to hear them. Oh I am a 26 year resident who finally discovered the joys of floating. Happy Holidays to all and see you on the river.
Chuck and June
P.S. Here is a picture of the raft we call the June Bug