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  And here's what's "silly"
  Posted by: Glenn_MacGrady on Sep-02-13 1:01 PM (EST)
 

Not Jack, not Celia, but their meaningless quibble.

Both are agreeing that there will be some few inches of water in a real seakayak after it's flipped upright after a wet exit. Celia is saying that often doesn't matter to her.

But that's not Jack's point. Jack is saying even a few inches of water would cause real seakayaks to fall within the OP's proposed definition of a rec kayak -- namely, "ANY boat that cannot be DRAINED (without the aid of a pump)". Jack is apparently reading "drained" as fully drained.

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