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PostPosted: Mon Oct 10, 2011 8:33 am 
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Does the I14T handle well with just one person?

I will be doing quite a bit of single kayaking but would like the flexibility of being able to kayak with second person on numerous occassions.
My other option is to buy 2 I12S but buying the 14T is much more cost effective.

I will not, at least initially, have any sort of sail kit on it and will do some near shore fishing with it as well as generally sight seeing excursions.

I will be kayaking near shore off the Pacific coast of Costa Rica.


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 10, 2011 2:23 pm 
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In peddling mode, I find that my i14T handles as well solo as it does with two people. While sailing in moderate winds, I find the second person helps to keep the boat flat and hence it handles much better. I enjoy my solo outings and tandem outing equally. Each has their own pleasures.

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