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Old 09-17-2012
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Re: Noobie

Not as much as in an open boat, but yes, you'll get a sense of what's going on in a 22. You'll have a little more time to react and correct mistakes and you won't get wet (theoretically).

Of course, larger boat, more expensive to repair/replace parts. Not so much difference between a 14 and a 22 as far as cost of repairs but a difference, nonetheless.
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