Re: Motor vs Rowing inflatable dinghy...
Good for you. You don't need a motor on a hard dinghy. We've rowed for decades of coastal sailing(from Candada to the Bahamas).
It's good excercise(rowers arms don't do the double wave), it's a simple system that doesn't break(check your locks and oars regularly), it's clean and green and best of all, rowing is a pleasant experience on the water, you can't get with a motor.
Tom Young sailing a 1961 38' Alden Challenger, CHRISTMAS out of
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