The Sojourn’s spacious hatches are very easy to pack—ideal for aspirational paddle-campers who don’t have teeny-tiny gear or pantries full of dehydrated meals.
The hull’s moderate V-shape and minimal rocker prioritize tracking and stability. Our testers had little difficulty holding course (a rudder is offered as an option), although we worked harder to keep pace with missiles like the S14-LV and Ignite.
Edging the super-stable Sojourn requires assertive weight transfer, but once seated on its hard chine it turns quickly and feels reassuringly stable.
This 13-foot-five-incher had the widest beam and largest cockpit of the group, which made it effortless to climb in and out of and added to the...