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oc1 hurricane repair

I did a pretty good job of jacking up my canoe today and am looking for someone in SoCal capable of doing a quality repair on a Hurricane OC1. Had one helluva good day out and caught some nice surf but paid the price with a lateral crack through all layers of the deck, seam to seam about 2ft forward of the drain plug and another just aft of the seat at the neoprene pad. Ouuuchhh what a freakn horrible end to a good day!

Anyway... I'd like to get back on the water ASAP so if anyone can point me to a repair guy local to SoCal/Dana Pt.... I'd be appreciative!

VHF HANDHELDS

Anybody have any recommendations on VHF handhelds? Brands?

Trailer for OC6

I'm looking for some help with plans to build a trailer for four OC6 canoes. Does anyone have any pictures of a trailer, plans or trailer designs, or even any advice on where to look on the internet. I recall seeing a pretty cool trailer in Kauai which could carry three (or four?) canoes on the bottom, and then two brackets that fitted on to it to enable another four to be carried - like a double decker. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

first one man.. advice?

hi everybody,
i'm shopping around for a rudderless one man but there are so many makes and models to chose from. i'm an adaptive paddler, about 140 lbs. i recently tried the tiger tevanui at the world sprints and LOOOVED it, but dont see them around much.

any advice would be great.

thanks!

Got OC1 for a big guy?

Aloha all
I am a really huge guy (350+), lost 37 lbs in the last 2 months paddling an Ocean Kayak Tandem SOT kayak, this is my sole form exercise as I have bad knees.
My question is that I'd like to get out on a one man canoe but can't seem to find one that will support me, seems like they're only for lighter paddlers, then I read some of your comments on the Arrow, is this something I should be looking for.
are there any others that I can look at?
any input will be appreciated.

mahalo and stay dry

Sid

What do YOU do with the ^%^&* lifejacket?

OC-1 question:

So you've decided not to wear your lifejacket today, but the Coast Guard requires you have one.

Where do you stow it?

What non-inflatable brand and model is easiest to stow?

Fixing pressure dings on hull

Whats up all..

First post on the forums as I just picked up a lightly used Hurricane and enjoyed my maiden voyage this week. My question is that I noticed some pressure dings on the hull and also up on top and wondered if anyone had any ideas how to "pop" them out.

I do not believe I have one of the "soft sponge" boats as it seems to not get any pressure dings with putting pressure on it with my hand. I did however.. :( hit the side of the hull once when I caught a decent runner and being new to this boat was a little unbalanced.. long story. I ended up stupidly hitting the hull in the last half of my stroke and put a nice dent in the hull.. suprisingly its the exact shape and profile of 3 inches of my blade..haha

::Cue the MacGyver tips on making your hull appear virgin once again::

advice on 1 man

Hey guys, i need some advice about 1 mans. I was looking at either the kamanu pueo or karels fuze. I had my mind set on the pueo since it seems newer and is probably gonna stick around longer than the fuze. For those who do own the pueo, what is your opinion on it, and if you have also had any experience with the fuze, how do they compare? I was told by a coach of mine that the fuze would probably be a little too big for me. I am about 120 lbs and 5'9".

Thanks for all your help,
kcchee11

hawaii kai to kaimana..

Just was wondering if anybody rushes the run solo...and how long does it usually take if your a novice....and what would be the best course...i just started and i wanna rush it solo...but not too sure yet....

Looking to buy a iako for a honu one man

crap broke my schools one... and now i have to find another one... i am looking for a honu one man iako that is screw on... if you have one send me a message at watanabec09@gmail.com

thankyou

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