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post #108 of Old 07-23-2008
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Rocna and Pudgy

I haven't totally decided yet. I think I saw you have one??

What size and what do you think?


Yes I've been to the factory. Spent a day with the designer. Compared to what they are capable of, it seems very light. It holds more that a Walker Bay 10 and it is under 8' long.
And... once you add that: it sails, is a life raft, motors well, holds a ton of weight, rights almost dry if flipped, has handholds on the bottom, is a double hull, holds all necessary gear in the double hull (sail kit and mast, oars, everything but the engine), the features go on and on. What can compare with it?

I've been looking for something like this for years. Just trying to decide what color I want.


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