Chaos 16

FSF Staff October 6, 2010

Glance at the Carolina craftsmanship of this light-tackle skiff and you’ll be hooked. Visually appealing, the Chaos 16 offers astonishing shallow water access and impressive rough water capabilities. A unique flats platform with true Carolina design, the Chaos 16 features substantial flare that transitions into a generous tumblehome aft, which creates additional stability and more lift to help get on plane in shallow depths. Due to the complex mold assemblies required to create such exotic shapes, every Chaos requires hours of hand finishing. The ergonomic custom console features flush mount, trim and tilt side controls and uniquely placed gauges and electronics. The Chaos 16 is built 100-percent wood-free with vacuum bag construction techniques. The ultra-smooth lines and snag-free design make it perfect for distinguished fly-casters. If you’d rather fish live enticements two livewells are available, with an optional third well. In either situation the wide gunnels and spacious casting platform provide a pleasurable angling experience. Rigged with a 22-gallon fuel tank and your choice of outboard, expect a comfortable cruising speed with efficiency and range. Chaos Boats, www.chaosboat.com

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Chaos 16

Specs

L.O.A 16’2″
Beam 6’8″
Draft 7″
Fuel Capacity 22 gal.
Weight 595 lbs.
Max HP 90
MSRP $31,660
(w/Mercury 60HP)

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