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  Not always
  Posted by: celia on Sep-01-13 2:39 PM (EST)

All of our sea kayaks lose most of their water - enuff to be fine to paddle - via a flip by the swimmer. If more cmes during reentry, that often requires a pump. But depending on condtions and reentry technique , l don't always need to pump more out.

I happen to think a number of kayak makers have done a good job of designating rec kayaks. It just seems that a lot of paddlers don't like to read the full descriptions.

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