Re: Good day!

Posted by Kurt Maurer on Sep 9, 2005

Don't do a Mill Creek if open water is your game -- go for a boat without a flat bottom, and has the narrower beam. This is coming from a guy who started out with a pair of MC13's, and loves 'em.

But you're talking about two totally different kinds of boats here, man. The MC16 is more of a flat water canoe, and can accomodate multiple paddlers. The Ch18 is a solo sea kayak. The MC is a lovely performer on still waters, but can be a chore in wind and waves; slapping the chop unmercifully, and rolling around 'til your middle aches.

Here's whatcha do: build a Ch18, then build boats for everyone else afterwards as you see fit. Got that? Good.

Cheers, Kurt

In Response to: Re: Good day! by Alvin John on Sep 9, 2005



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