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  But, _what_ makes it feel comfortable?
  Posted by: edzep on Aug-31-13 8:15 PM (EST)
 

Comfort is good. Sometimes, it's too good.

As an example, consider high seat backs. For some, this is comfort. But, if you care to build skills, such as proper paddling technique, self-rescue or rolling, then the high seat back is a detriment.

Or, maybe initially, someone may feel that a whole lot of room to move, possibly with a giant cockpit, makes the boat comfortable. Again, for more demanding use, this kind of comfort would be a bad thing.

I'm just noting that any favorable impressions should be in line with expected use for the boat.

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