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post #5 of Old 12-13-2010
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Per the OP, he's describing the hard dinghy with the inflatable collar, not the RIB version of the Walker Bay. Stowing one of these is more of a problem than stowing a RIB, since the hull doesn't fold or flatten in any way.

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Saw one of those Walker Bay dingys with the inflatable collar today. It looks like it might have the best of both the hard dingy and inflatable worlds. Anybody out there have any experience with them. How does Walker Bay stack up?

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