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  Here's a wrinkle
  Posted by: pikabike on Oct-07-12 1:27 AM (EST)
 

If you can have two kayaks, one can be the long, fast, trip or fitness boat. The other one can be much, MUCH shorter and easier to transport. Let's face it--15 ft is shorter than 18 ft but it's still a PITA to move around. But if the short one is only 6 to 9 ft long, that makes a huge diff in ease of transport.

I use a WW kayak for all pool rolling sessions and a lot of pond practice, as well as (formerly) paddling it in a WW play park. Just slide in the back of the truck and go. Also easy to shoulder and move around inside buildings or tight spots. Not to mention that you can actually *paddle* it in a pool, not just roll in one spot.

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