Jeffrey Rawson and a group of close friends began enjoying the sport of recreational kayaking in the early 1990's. He quickly developed a passion for the sport
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The raised and tapered stern at the end of the hull provides a much sharper turning ability when rudder forces are applied. The raised stern sweeps the surface of the water as apposed to the pushing that occurs with boats that have less rocker. Paddling close to the shore requires more turning and this boat allows you to get in close and tight.When running with the waves the extended stern section helps keep the back of the boat behind you and in control. The forward cockpit location provides better vision and increse mechanical advantage when rudder forces are applied. Not only will you see up coming obstructions but you will have a clear view of incoming wave sets. The forward cockpit is the key to an exciting paddling experience.