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  SOTs vary
  Posted by: jimyaker on Dec-05-12 6:31 PM (EST)
 

Some SOTs are very dry rides. I have a Manta Ray 14 that a 200 lb person could stay completely dry with in calm conditions. And I have put several folks on it in mild whitewater who have physical limitations without a problem. They might need a hand to get out easily, but it's like getting up from sitting on the ground or a low seat. In warm water, you might simple exit in a couple of feet of water and walk up from there. In that scenario, it's much easier than a sit-in or canoe.

Jim

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