Ha… Ain’t no Pungo…
Considered a “Decked Canoe”. Sort of a “Hybrid” but call it what you like. Paddle single or double blade. Comfy forward/aft, up/down adjustable seat. Easy in and out for one bad, one replaced knee’d getting older fella who has grown to hate getting in and out of a touring kayak. Easy load/unload. Room for a dog when he comes along. Big load carried for camping.
Good sailer (future use). Got this used with a sail setup so it’s ready when I am.
No bulkhead no hatches, but they install some foam forward and aft for some floatation. I have float bags added for additional safety.
The ideal boat for my future paddling. This will get heavy use in two years when I retire to Maine exploring the Maine Island Trail. Trips to Georgian Bay/Lake Huron ect. It’s no rock-garden playing or surf-ski screamin’ delight but it’s a very comfortable touring boat that will serve me well enjoying the open waters of my soon-to-be-home.
Joewildlife says it pretty well in his old review: