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Re: Firsttimers Support Group

Postby Tex » Tue Nov 07, 2017 7:37 am

Have to say that is one bad @ss looking ride! Well done.
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Re: Firsttimers Support Group

Postby pra_ggresion » Sat Nov 11, 2017 11:08 am

Yeah it does.
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Re: Firsttimers Support Group

Postby erzats » Mon Nov 27, 2017 3:35 pm

Yep, she's pretty nice. Weighs about 10lbs less than a comparable fiberglass boat or 20lbs less than a plastic boat.

Don't worry, I don't plan on taking up kayak surfing unless by necessity. It's funny though, she's got a pretty flat bottom and a hard chine so really wants to surf. 17' of boat will catch almost anything.

If anyone's interested in building such a craft, look up Pygmy sea kayaks out of Port Townsend. I have zero craft-skill and pulled it off.
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