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  No way
  Posted by: bluemerle on Apr-25-13 5:38 PM (EST)
 

I have a Rx Solo Plus. Like Clarion said, I'm small and it suits me well for solo paddling. I took out the bow and stern seats and use it for flat water river tripping. I like the boat.

Two, 200 pound paddlers will make it unstable, particularly if paddling moving water or flat water with waves. My opinion, it is primarily a solo boat, for sometimes tandem use. For tandem stability, think lighter-weight teenagers using it (a random weight guess would be 125 pounds each). Without revealing too much, 180 at stern and 130 (guessing of course) at bow, we were swimming in the Solo Plus on moving water. That was in the early days of our paddling. Maybe we would do better now.

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