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PostSubject: Re: Surf kayak   Thu 16 Jul 2015, 5:14 pm

This is a good boat for any beginners looking to get into surf kayaking as it can take a beating, and is forgiving if you make mistakes while learning. While it isn't a very high end boat, it will last you a long time and you will also be able to progress as a kayaker in it. Also anybody who hasn't sat in a surf boat before would find it difficult to paddle a top spec boat right off the bat (i.e. this boat is perfect to begin in). Anyone interested in picking up surf-kayaking just have a chat to myself, Jamie or any of the paddlesurf crew if you meet us. We're always looking to bring more into this side of the sport and would be happy to help Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Surf kayak   Fri 17 Jul 2015, 11:40 am

Def a good boat if you plan to go bashing it off rocks. Nice price too that if you do get more into surf kayaking, it shouldn't be too hard to shift.

There'll be a few fibreglass and carbon boats coming up for sale soon in Cork also if people were keen.
Paddlesurf Ireland on facebook always happy to answer any queries anyone has about boats.

Or ask ye're resident rippers Conor and Jamie.
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