Here is the capacity tag for the D10 sit in kayak. Starting at the top, this is the capacity rating for this kayak. On this one, it’s 1 person or 300 lbs. This kayak has a single removeable seat, but the number of people any vessel can hold cannot be determined by the number of seats it has. That number factors in hull design, and for motorized craft, the engine weight and mount.
300lbs. is the max weight the D10 Sit In can handle safely. So, when you’re loading up your gear, you have to keep this number in mind. Take into consideration your own weight to make sure you don’t overload your boat.
Doing so will compromise the stability of the kayak on the water, and could result in the kayak tipping or sinking.
Now, moving down, you’ll see this note about propulsion. This means that ASCEND does not recommend powering this model with a motor. This area indicates whether Ascend has designed the model to be safe with a means of motorized propulsion. According to the label, the D10 kayak is not manufactured for it.