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  Thanks Suiram
  Posted by: wolfmanrobby on Jun-20-13 12:50 PM (EST)
 

I'll look into those programs.

I used to kayak a lot when I was younger. And, I've been trying this for a few months with the help of friends that paddle regularly. I'm just ready to get a good boat of my own and ditch this inflatable (And stop borrowing my friends boats!). Right now, I'm most comfortable on the sit on top. Now, the SinK's do help with the balance disorder because you sit so much lower and that lowers the center of gravity.

But, I tend to go paddling alone, a LOT... Why do you think my friends boats are usually available to borrow? Anyway, I'm just not that comfortable (mentally) with the SinK's to venture out on my own in them. I feel safer on the Sit On Tops. But, like I said, MAYBE, once I've lost more weight I'll look into a SinK with a larger cockpit opening for my next boat.

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