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I've spent a bit of time in the Jubilee model, also the H2O. I was talking (sloppily) about the feeling of the boat in terms of how willing it was to find an upside down orientation to the water. Neither of those seemed quite as willing to go over as the LV, which is still more solid for me than my husband but goes around very easily. Granted the difference is on the fine side - no Nordkapp will resist a capsize as much as say an NDK Explorer. I am also more undersized, strictly speaking, for the other two than the LV.
As to how the LV rolls, it is great fun. I came up laughing the first time I did it (after I slapped a paddle to avoid going for a second round).
I have never seen Tom Bergh's Nordkapp on the water. By the time we contacted Tom he had gone to an Explorer for his work, and the Nordkapp was hung vertically along the side wall of the boat house. It looked quite dramatic that way. I heard he had lost the boat house, so I don't know where it is hanging now.