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davkt
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Hello new to the forum

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Welcome to the forum. Please tell us more about yourself- where you live, what your kayaking experience is, what boats you own, etc.
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davkt
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Location: Matlock, UK

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Hi live in the UK, have been mucking about in kayaks and canoes since the 1970s, most recently an Advanced Frame inflatable and home built Canadian canoe but picked up a Klepper Aerius 1 450 from around the turn of the century last weekend as my new boat.

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gbellware
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Welcome, and hope you enjoy your "new" Klepper. It is quite a beast but it is a great all around boat for paddling and sailing, imo. Good luck!

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1988 A1 Expedition
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davkt
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Well I live about as far from the sea as is possible in the UK so the Klepper is the most realistic sea going kayak for me. I'm also a sailor (mostly big boat offshore racing) so sails for the Klepper are certainly on the shopping list

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