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  Posted by: carldelo on Sep-20-12 9:42 AM (EST)
 

-- Last Updated: Sep-20-12 9:44 AM EST --

The best loaner boat is your own beginner boat. I kept my first, very docile, sea kayak and it is a perfect boat to put rank newbies in, and I still enjoy giving it a ride once in a while.

PS - used composite is a great way to go - there's a used Pachena in the p-net classifieds that would fit the bill very well, although it may not be anywhere near you.


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