What stability! We're all superlatively impressed with
how stable it is. Eileen - a great bell weather with regards
rocking boats - just got in and paddled away. And it handled
us both no problem. Superb design..Well Done..And Thanks Very
Paddling is definitely better higher up in the kneeling
position..but ohh, my feet go to sleep. So I think it will
definitely need a seat. My initial thoughts are two flanges
of 6mm ply glued to the sides, supported by "legs "
glued down the sides, going down to the deck beams to help
carry the weight. Seat would be a removable 6mm cross plank.
Could do two: one just aft of the middle for solo voyages
and one at the rear for pairs. What d'you think?
Still seems very heavy compared to Thomas Hill's ...I
beginning to think that cover picture is a fake!
The pics start to suffer from the failing light, but
how wacky digital camera can get when you have lakes, lillypads
and fading light reflections!
Starting to digest your canoe book. ...so to the Great