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High winds and choppy waters won't rough up the Old Town Cayuga 130 Kayak.

A ridge along the hull of the Old Town Cayuga 130 Kayak provides stability in choppy waters, while the bow and stern hatches store lunch, extra layers, and camera equipment. Since no one wants to paddle all day on a seat that feels like a medieval torture instrument, Old Town made the 13-foot Cayuga seat with a cushiony, adjustable back and bottom. Padded thigh braces keep the cockpit rim from digging into your legs. Cross-lock covers on the Cayuga 130's bow and stern hatches help keep water out of the storage bulks, and deck bungees hold maps and a windbreaker.

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Does this kayak come with a skirt, and if...

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Does this kayak come with a skirt, and if not, what skirts that you carry would fit?

is this a quick turning kayak for fast...

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is this a quick turning kayak for fast water

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No. It is a recreational kayak meant to be paddled in mild conditions on flatwater.

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I've taken mine through class II and III and it's done fine with a skirt. It's a tough boat!

This will be my first kayak looks really...

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This will be my first kayak looks really nice i wana know how it will do in the river ?

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It depends on what river you are kayaking.

It's longer size makes it more Ideal for lakes or flat rivers.

Don't expect it to preform well in rapids. But if you plan on taking it down light rapids then It should work fine.

All in all, you should only buy this for 90% lake travel. If you plan on taking it down a lot of rivers Old town sells a short, cheap, but excellent kayak called the otter. It works very well down easy rapids or just casual short trips.

I am trying to find info on the Old Town...

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I am trying to find info on the Old Town Loon 12 ft. Kayak. I found one on craigslist. $250 10 years old. tripple hull. I don't know if it is a good boat or a good deal. Wondering if I should buy a new Kayak...Someone told me Old Town is one of the best brands. thank you, I look forward to your input.

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I own a loon 13 foot kayak I use it mostly for over night trips on river & lakes Very stable,I am buying a cayuga 13o soon but will keep my loon for over night trips you should buy the loon for250 good beginner kayak

I have large feet...will there be enough...

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I have large feet...will there be enough room in this kayak or should i go with the 14 ft ?

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I think your feet will fit in this just fine. If they don't, the 14 footer isn't going to be any thicker.