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Walkerbay RID dinghy

Does anybody have any experience with the Walkerbay RID (with inflatable "Tube"). I am considering it as a dinghy and I would purchase the optional sail kit (regular or performance).
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Walkerbay RID dinghy

I just bought one this weekend. I purchased the performance sail kit. Give me a week and I''ll provide some feedback. So far all I can tell you is that it assembles very easily - holes line up, etc... Seems to be well thought out. I read some user reviews online, none of which were very positive. Most were critical of its stability. However, a good friend of mine has one (without sail option) and loves it.
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I look forward to your comments.

Thank you.
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Walkerbay RID dinghy

I am considering Walker Bay but with Dinghy Dogs not the Walker Bay version - since they are $400. versus the extra cost for the walker bay tubes.

See www.dinghydogs.com
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