Originally Posted by grunzster
Only problem is, inflatables don't row that great...could just be that I'm out of practice, though.
And what happens when you're in a spot with strong current
, and need to get to/from shore? Even where I am now, the boat is close to a mile from the mainland, and close enough to a river mouth that the current
flies in between tides.
if your serious about rowing, get a hard rowing dink, i made the switch about 8 months ago and would never even think about rowing an inflatable
, the current can be a b&*%h when shes against, but in a good dink with good oars youll be able to make way 99% of the time, albeit very slowly at times... and when its really rough strap a 2 h.p. on the hard
dink, cause rowing is no fun in 20+ kts...