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  Posted by: kayamedic on Feb-22-13 12:06 AM (EST)
 

The bow paddler would have to be a skilled infant. The bow station would not be wide enough for anyone to have any stability there.

Solo canoes are built with reinforcement midships. Tandems are built with reinforcement in the stems.

You have picked in the Prism a dedicated sit and switch solo which in its solo configuration is not regarded as universally stable.

The Reflection is a far different canoe and meant for casual family outings. The Prism and Reflection are at opposite ends of the grocery store.

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