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  Are the lessons in WW or flat?
  Posted by: Celia on Mar-24-13 9:07 AM (EST)
 

-- Last Updated: Mar-24-13 9:08 AM EST --

Really two different criteria for what you'll want in a boat. As mentioned above a good WW boat is dog slow compared to a touring boat, hence the crossovers. But they do neither really well, so as your skills increase that could get frustrating too.

If you are starting lessons so soon, get some seat time then worry about what boat. It is unclear whether you will want either of these after a little time of learning.


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