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Submitted: 07-22-2013 by rolfedh

My fellow paddlers are under the misapprehension that the bottom of the cockpit has a drain or scupper. In fact, removing the plug from this aperture activates an automatic water ballast feature. Even while paddling forward at a decent clip, approximately 3 to 4 inches of water slowly flow into the cockpit, immersing one's groin and derriere, until equilibrium is reached. Those here who complained about this yak being tippy and weathercocking were undoubtedly ignorant of this feature or forgot to use it.
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