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Submitted: 04-21-2004 by lees

I recant, the wettest yak I've ever paddled,read my other review which I still stand by ,but this boat was designed by someone who kayaked flat water only, I thought since I had gone out in 20 knot winds for weeks,it was the wind and chop..today the wind dropped off and things calmed down to 6" waves and I still got wet. there's a spot about 3 ft back from the bow that feeds water to your legs with any wind over 10 knot. the faster you go the wetter the ride.one good point though despite the amount of water coming over the bow the hatch is dry inside. I still really like the boat but in any kind of seas count on getting wet from your thighs down.
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