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Boat tracks very good and very stable. I could not be happier and look forward to many happy days of canoeing.
We only had two glitches (read as leaks). One was a defect on a seam on an inflatable seat which was patched with a drop of cement from the repair kit (enclosed). The other was were the side tanks have a relief valve (to prevent over inflation. They were not sealing properly. Fortunately, they are only about a fingers length from the inflation valves so I stuck my finger in and manipulated the valve from the inside and outside with some soapy water and got them to release and seal tightly. They must have picked up some dirt in the factory.
All in all, for the price, it is a fairly good compromise for a boat to take on a vacation where space and weight are at a premium, as was the case with our vacation to Alaska. We flew in and out and got a small, (small) rental car (GM I hate you).
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