Sprayskirt for PB Quest 135

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Sprayskirt for PB Quest 135

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I've just acquired a used Pakboat Quest 135, and I have everything but a spray skirt. Please let me know if you have a PB skirt for this boat, or a nylon skirt that fits, that you're willing to sell (or give away, or trade for something).
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Re: Sprayskirt for PB Quest 135

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I'd really recommend getting a lightweight Neoprene skirt for it, unless it's hot where you are. The main advantage is that water doesn't puddle in one. I use the Reed Nautiraid Narak sprayskirt on mine but it's a tight fit
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Re: Sprayskirt for PB Quest 135

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siravingmon wrote:I'd really recommend getting a lightweight Neoprene skirt for it, unless it's hot where you are. The main advantage is that water doesn't puddle in one. I use the Reed Nautiraid Narak sprayskirt on mine but it's a tight fit


Thanks for the reply. The Quest is probably going to be used in warm weather on flat water, so I'm hoping to find an inexpensive nylon skirt. And I've blown my paddling gear budget for this year already, so I don't think I can afford a neoprene skirt unless it's used.
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