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  Yeah, the Samba would be a good
  Posted by: Kocho on Feb-19-13 10:21 AM (EST)
 

-- Last Updated: Feb-19-13 10:23 AM EST --

comparison to do. Short and light. Same for the Alchemy...

Yes, a wood boat would require regular maintenance if used hard (scraes that penetrate the outside finish should be fixed). But that's a known problem, plus the bottom can be reinforced enough to minimize the need to constantly touch-up...

I'm less than an hour away from the CLC shop so, if/when they make a Play I can probably try it out on the water to figure it out for myself. But always nice to know what others think too :)


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