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Old 05-22-2003
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Walker Bay rigid inflatible dinghy?

Anyone used one of Walker Bay''s new R.I.D.s? Looks like a really good combination.....but would love some first-hand knowledge. is load-carrying abilty good? ease of boarding from water? Any other thoughts?
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