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    Hi all,
    A long shot I know, but Sotp rarely fails to answer in some way!

    I'm looking to buy a P&H Scorpio sea kayak, either HV or MV, ideally in corelite X. Any suggestions, sellers or pointers?
    Andy,
    (Cumbria)

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    Summit to sea Pete Baar on Anglesey, go kayaking at Runcorn, I just sold mine, and could have done several times over, get the one with a skeg rather than the skudder, for the hv you need to be in the weight range its a big boat! worth a look on the face book kayaks for sale pages, or ask on sea kayak uk. good luck.

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    Thanks for the reply Peter - got my fingers in all the pies you've suggested. How did you find the boat - I haven't demod one yet but the internet seems to rate them highly.
    Andy,
    (Cumbria)

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    very good boat, not as fast as a Cetus, it has very good pri stability and pretty good secondary stab. the day hatch leaked ( common) but go kayaking exchanged no problem both mine and the wifes (lv) hatches. more robust than a composite boat, I only had mine for about 18 mths then got a cetus and a delphin, for rock bashing, surfing etc, there are several composite boats about second hand, for a similar price of a new corelite x, I would demo as many different boats as you can...Pete Baar at summit to sea has a decent fleet, I would look for one that I was in the middle of its weight range, with the kit normally carried. I really wanted to like the NDK romany but found it uncomfortable, but still a great boat.

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    Did you ever paddle the Mk 1 boat, also seems to get good reviews apart from needing skeg to track (straight or manoeuvrability a trade off with any boat) and not being brilliant in Furness a following sea.
    Andy,
    (Cumbria)

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