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Re: Walker Bay Dinghy

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Originally Posted by mad_machine View Post
Been seeing a lot of them on Craigslist and I need something for when I go to florida. Anybody have any opinions on them? I was thinking of mostly using them with oars.. but sharing the small outboard from my boat might be nice too
Is it he sailing one, or a regular one. We have a Walker Bay Odessey. Air floor, carries 1100 lbs, 16.5 tubes keep you dry. Not a speed demon but a good solid construction. Great lifting rings.
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