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Submitted: 03-22-1999 by Joe

I have an older model of the SeaYak which I like much better than the new ones. The deck is not as high and I fit much better in the old model. I'm 5'8" 155lbs. It is a very slow boat and not a still tracker. Weathercocking is also a big problem because I don't have a rudder. However, it is very responsive to leaned turns and both initial and secondary stability is excellent. It's a little short and a bit wide (16'1"/23"), but I paddle everywhere with this thing so it suits the ocean paddling I do as well as the narrow rivers inland.

I must admit this is one tough boat. It's plastic is much stiffer and stronger than other plactic boats I've seen. This boat would last a person for ever.

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