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  as far as lengths go
  Posted by: daggermat on Oct-16-13 5:03 AM (EST)

I think the 14' would be easier to handle solo.16' provides a lot more hull to get blown around, and soloing a 16' would have a bit higher in the water. You'll need to consider capacity when tandem, and realize load capacity ratings are quite optimistic.

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