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  The hybrid
  Posted by: willi_h2o on Jul-05-13 2:00 PM (EST)
 

-- Last Updated: Jul-05-13 2:02 PM EST --

Proud owner of a Dagger Crossover the past 10 years.
I've kept up with most sea kayaks on a day trip,
but I muscled it quite a bit in the choppy waves of open water.
That effort leaves little in reserve, in case of crisis.
Have had dicey situations where I felt like a "bobber"
getting tossed about instead of slicing thru waves.
I've done 30 to 40 miles in one day a few times in it,
with a bit of river current to help me along.

Hybrid boats have limitations in efficiency, quickness,
and handling that must be addressed in certain situations.

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