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    Join Date
    Jan 2003
    Ontario, Canada


    I have both a Commander 120 and a Frontier 12.
    Commander is a nice stable yak and the "captains perch" is nice to change seating positions, both feel stable to paddle.
    There are no scuppers so if used in rough water you will have to bail. I use a big natural sponge in the bottom to soak up paddle drips and keep things dry. I have sat on the sides and the secondary buoyancy keeps you from tipping. Small complain is there is no drain hole so the last bit of water stays in the gunnel rails when you tip it on land to dry it out.
    Good boat though, tracks well and is fast enough.


    Last edited by Duffin Boy; 12-08-2015 at 05:52 PM.

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