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Originally Posted by hellosailor View Post
An inexpensive kayak or cheaper Sea Eagle type 5-6' inflateable boat would do just fine for sheltered waters, and the latter could stow easily even on a 22' boat.
My slip neighbors use a tandem Sea Eagle kayak and are pleased with it. When deflated and in its case, they stick it in a cockpit locker.


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On my Victory 21, I had a very cheap 2 person dinghy. It cost about $39, if memory serves.

The most fun I had on it was transporting my girlfriend (whom I later married) and her best friend on it. They were very stacked, like firewood on top of me. We ate at Mike's crabhouse in Severn, MD. I think every guy at the restaurant wanted to be me that day as we rowed back to the boat.

Now we zip around on a 11'6" Achilles with a 20 HP motor. It's faster, 100+ times more expensive, and carries the 2 of us and the 4 kids and luggage. But somehow I'll never forget the old dinghy.


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