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Submitted: 08-11-2004 by Peter B
I paddle whitewater aside from sea kayaking. I have two whitewater boats. One is less than 7' for playboating and one 10' for "big" water or when I want to be sure I survive. I also have two sea kayaks. One very long and narrow which is fast but very low intial stability and I have an Eskia which is still "fast" but I use it in bad weather or to go offshore when it is cold. People should realize there are different boats for different purposes. Sea Kayak are like whitewater kayak. Every boat has it purpose. The Eskia is a great boat for real sea kayaking or long trips. It has great stability so you can relax your muscles when paddling and you don't have to have a blade in the water to feel stable. It also has great storage and very good speed which is hard to find.