Chandlery July 2008 Issue

Airis Inflatable Kayak a Start

Walker Bay line shows promise.

Sailors tend to be independent souls, and more than a few cruising couples have found that having two ways to get ashore while on the hook can go a long way to maintaining marital bliss. Problem is, where to stow two dinghies on a boat that probably was designed without any thought about stowing even one? With that in mind, Practical Sailor began scouring the planet for high-quality inflatable kayaks. Recently improved by new technology, these boats look like a possible marriage saver that won’t take up the whole quarter berth, or cost a fortune. Readers suggestions are welcome.

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