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should I get a plastic or fiberglass kayak?James Temen says:
I was leaning towards getting a plastic kayak because they are cheaper and you don't have to get them repaired at a special shop. Is the fiberglass kayak really worth getting? I will be using the kayak for sea kayaking, multi day trips, lakes,...c_kayak_fun says: Fiberglass is much lighter. It can also be repaired by the owner (you don't need to take it to a shop, you can do this easily yourself). You really can't fix a plastic kayak if it gets badly...
Finish line elation - B&T Marketing & Media
Team B&T has conquered the 2013 Swisse Mark Webber Tasmania Challenge. We have been blogging live from the event, covering the highs and lows of the five-day adventure race, and looking at the inside story on the significant branding and sponsorship around the event. Here’s our final blog. After five days of brutally tough.
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Full Length Strips • Pre-cut Forms • Easy to Assemble Columbia Star • Polar Star • Shell Star Our Basic Boat Kit Many people who
Sea Kayak Repair Kits | Solent Sea Kayaking
An overview of the sea kayak repair kits sold by Howard Jeffs with links to purchase these excellent, vacuum packed kits.
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Sea Kayak Kits. ... should I get a plastic or fiberglass kayak? James Temen says: I was leaning towards getting a plastic kayak because they are cheaper and you don't ...
Finish line elation From the 5am alarm clock, to the early morning race starts, to the navigating and physically pushing ourselves around the six or seven legs each day, through to the bag and kit box packing and map planning each night after dinner, there really is no
Roots in the river It was a tribute to the wooden drift boat, which has been a Helfrich hallmark since Prince and boat designer/builder Veltie the “Preacher” Pruitt — a Eugene Bible School grad — became the first to run a handful of rugged Northwest rivers, including