Gumotex SeaWave

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paddlesheep
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Re: Gumotex SeaWave

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I just got back from another trip to Baja, Mexico with my Seawave, and funnily enough Paraglia's old Seawave, which he sold to a friend of ours. Spent 10 days kayaking around Espiritu Santo. The Seawave was perfect for the trip, easily could carry enough food and water. It was an all inflatable trip, 2 Seawaves, a Solar and a homebuilt pack raft, which didn't perform quite as well as the kayaks sad to say but we all made it just fine. A couple more of my friends are now adding Seawaves to their fleets!

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Re: Gumotex SeaWave

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Thanks for the update, got pics?

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Re: Gumotex SeaWave

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My camera broke the night before I left! But once I get some of my friend's photos sorted I will post a few. :)

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