Ramblings of a small time paddler
I'd definitely go with the Cooper, as opposed to the Kiawah. But that's my typical American thinking: More is better; Bigger is better. On the other hand, sometimes those're true.Nice thing about a folding kayak is once you've bought it, you never have to pay for it again, and you can store it in a small space - doesn't require a barn, although barns are good to have...Moses Santiago, on both foldingkayaks.org and folbotforum.com has been paddling a Kiawah around Amsterdam for about a year, now. He'd probably be good source of information on the boat.
Yup, I've seen Moses's blog.But I bought a 2nd hand Big Kahuna from a friend and will be getting it on Saturday. So, I guess its neither!Yes, folding kayaks have the advantage especially since I live in a 3rd floor apartment with no elevators.
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