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Old 11 December 2014, 16:26   #1
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small inflatble

Have been looking at a really small sib for river use maybe a 2m the idea not having to rely on sparse slipways.Hopefuly something 1 can carry on my own and launch anywhere.I hope to keep my other sib for bigger waters.Does any bodyelse use such a craft.cheers
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Old 11 December 2014, 16:40   #2
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Yes, I call it a kayak Although it is not inflatable, but a sit on top.
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Old 11 December 2014, 17:00   #3
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Yes have 4 kayaks and 2 paddle boards allready .Sometimes its nice to travel alittle further under power in some thing easy to launch.
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Old 12 December 2014, 03:37   #4
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try a honwave air floor you can carry them on your shoulder put a 2.5hp on nice and slow cruising up rivers

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Old 12 December 2014, 04:54   #5
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I run a zodiac 2.4 - had many a happy days exploring with the kids, enjoy!
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Old 12 December 2014, 08:28   #6
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You already know which one Al,
Excel VOLANTE 200 Inflatable Boat.

Mind you, if you do get a little one, you will have to hang on to my 3.3hp because a 6hp will be too big matey.

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Old 14 December 2014, 16:49   #7
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What about those inflatable Sib -Kayak crossovers. Carry on your head and take up to 5hp, don't think you can get Saturn in the UK but Sunsport and Arius, not sure how Stable at speed.
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Old 14 December 2014, 17:20   #8
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I believe you are referring to a Kaboat?
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Old 14 December 2014, 17:31   #9
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Try an inflatable stand up paddle board. You can also use them sitting down.
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Old 15 December 2014, 12:35   #10
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Seasdes. I have got enough craft that needs paddling although a isup is on my wish list later.Any body need any kayaks!.
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