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  with the list of nice boats that didn't
  Posted by: bigspencer on Nov-06-12 1:35 PM (EST)

-- Last Updated: Nov-06-12 1:46 PM EST --

"cut the mustard"....imho I think I might want to ask oneself just one wants from a day of paddling. If the tripping aspect is handled can't expect that same hull to move like another hull. You need to fill the void by one's paddling skills. Paddling a canoe isn't like a straight forward kayak stroke(given the obvious difference in physical aspects to a forward stroke with different types of blades and techniques). It's hull is not made the's just not as efficient...efficiency isn't what the craft's design was born out of.


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