I have a drysuit - two actually since I decided to put new gaskets on the one that has patches on patches, so I could preserve the new one longer.
I am fully aware of the difficulty of self-rescue in a canoe - I tried for two seasons at camp when I was a kid to do this and was (darn!) the only camper in my cohort who just couldn't pull it off.
I am resolved to fix this issue as an adult, though I expect it to take some time, and probably float bags.
WW is another matter, and for the foreseeable future I'll be doing that in a kayak. My strokes aren't great in WW with a double blade, but they are non-existent for a single blade in moving water.
Classic Freestanding Rack
Kayak & Canoe Covers
Cartop Kayak Carriers
First Need Purifier
Rescue / Throw Bags
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