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  Wet exit
  Posted by: old_user on Feb-10-10 2:46 PM (EST)
 

I take exception to the first statement. A wet exit is not a mandatory skill for the thousands of us who use sit-on-top kayaks. Getting free of our kayak comes very naturally, and getting back in is much easier. I have paddled over 2500 miles in my sit-on-top including Maine, British Columbia, Nova Scotia, and the Great Lakes so don't tell me it's only suitable for warmer climates.

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