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  They're Good Boats
  Posted by: BrewHiker on Jan-23-13 3:19 PM (EST)

I have used 10' and 12' NuCanoes for slow-river paddling, including upriver paddles, cruising thru rocks, river cleanups in faster water, etc. They handle Class I rapids like a raft. They are very maneuverable, ridiculously stable and quite unsinkable. I had a 12' out on a whitewater section of the French Broad and while it got stuck a lot (and got completely full of water once), it did not flip or go under.

They're wider than any other kayak, so get the NuCanoe paddles.

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