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2018 AOTY/DOTY Entry

Topic: Native Watercraft Manta Ray 12 Propel - Paddle Video  (Read 511 times)

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Hi All,

Recently someone on FB asked me to do some paddling of the MR12 to let them know how well it paddles.  I took a short video at Chabot last weekend to show its paddleability.  I paddled it twice throughout the day, and was able to keep a 3.5-4mph pace without an issue.  This kayak has a super efficient, quiet hull, and paddles great in addition to having very good stability for a 12 footer.  I was even able to stand up in it at 1:06 from a sitting position without any sort of bracing, and "Stand Up" paddled into into shore.

Let me know if you have any more questions, would like to see any other specific items in a video, or would like to try it out sometime!