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Old 08-23-2008, 10:18 PM   #21
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Actually there is tons of storage space. There are multiple hatches, so you can stuff the hull pretty full. The hatches have built-in dry bags for stuff that can't tolerate ANY moisture. There are also many places to strap down bulkier items on the deck. Mine is an older model, but similar to this one.

It's pedal-propelled, and REALLY moves. I can also hoist up the sail for even more speed, although it's not the most stable sailboat.

Mine is rigged for fishing (anchor, depthfinder/GPS, Scotty rod holders, etc.) but most of it could be removed for camping trips. I gotta plan something!

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That's a cool boat. I have a few friends that use something similar as a diving platform. Looks like that would work fine for that application. Made by Hobie, eh? I might look them up

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