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Kayaks

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Pinniped72

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Tandem kayaks can be odd beasts, some are so wide that paddling distance can be laborious and slow going. What do you want to do with your kayak, this will decide which is best for you. Also from experience, if your paddling partner is significantly less experienced or physically able than you, expect to have to work harder than when using a single kayak. It's all part of the fun, horses for courses. Also consider weight differences between paddlers, it can make a difference, the strongest paddler should sit at the back ideally.
 
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