The interior length of 13' Scamp is 10'. The only way to fit 10' kayak inside is to break it in half.
You can put a 5' pipe in a 3'X4' box. You just have to go from corner to corner... I believe Pythagoras was the guy's name... <_<
Using his theorem (10 X 10) + (6 x 6)= 136 sqrt= 11.66'... so if you could
angle it past the doorway you could get an 11 foot kayak in a 13' scamp...at least in theory, My question is, has anybody done it?
That is a great idea! I was thinking, If you packed your kayak before final assembly it would bee a lot easier than pushing gear through a tiny deck hatch! Good discussion as I will be hauling bikes along with my 13' some day too...
i had a hitch receiver welded to the back of our trailer . we can now put most things back there . tow a boat , or insert a rack , for whatever , barbeque . or outside cook stove. or bike or whatever turns your crank . limited only to your emagination .
Caution must be taken to insure an adequate turning radius.
Our front rack is mounted as close as practical to the trailer which allows for a full 90 degree turn.
Mounting the bikes facing opposite directions and over lapping allows for a compact configuration, as does getting the bikes high enough to allow the inside bike handle bar to take some advantage of the curvature of the front of the trailer.
I saw one earlier this year on a Casita which broke the taillights on the TV in a moderately sharp turn.
Rack and bicycle damage could also result.
Properly done, a tongue rack is the best way to transport bikes on a small fiberglass trailer.