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Posted by: slushpaddler on Oct-25-13 4:17 PM (EST)
I wonder if it has surfing edges.
Posted by: zzz on Oct-25-13 4:26 PM (EST)
pretty soft edges. class V race boat. not so much for surfing - mainly for charging fast downriver. but the length and speed would mean it would be easy to catch smaller waves.
Every thing old is new again ?|
Posted by: seadart on Oct-25-13 5:37 PM (EST)
Some folks I knew in the early 70s had a river kayak shaped a lot like that. I don't even remember for sure what it was made of, I'm thinking wood. I'll see if I can find an old picture. Cockpit was a small round hole though.
And everything new is old again.|
Posted by: spiritboat on Oct-25-13 9:41 PM (EST)
Wasn't the Dagger Green Boat the hot(new-age-not-old-school long boat)for running the Green, like, fifteen minutes ago? Lemme see: Length and beam very similar...Rocker similar...Why, even the weight--But wait a minute: The Green Boat is a Mamba stretched out. This is a Remix stretched out! And this one has a stinger on the stern!!!
There are visible edges next to the |
Posted by: g2d on Oct-25-13 6:35 PM (EST)
bottom flat zone. It isn't just a straight line speed kayak, because to win the Green Gorge race, quite a few sharp adjustments in course may be necessary.
Posted by: jhb8426 on Oct-27-13 12:04 AM (EST)
I'd much rather get you a QCC700, but I see you're kinda set on what you want. Oh well.
How about the Stinger XP?|
Posted by: FrankNC on Oct-27-13 10:48 AM (EST)
I think this is a crossover that I actually might like for the places I paddle.