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  1. I'm planning a two week trip on Lake Powell and need a solution for getting ashore, as dry as possible, with expensive camera gear. I'm reluctant to beach my 2006 Sig 276, and besides, there will be locations (Reflection Canyon, for instance) where there are no beaches nearby. I bought an inflatable kayak from Costco, but is was way too tipsy. I've seen small, "zodiac" style inflatables (West Marine), but they are pricey. I'm a big guy, so launching from swim platform has its challenges anyway, but finding a good solid ship to shore inflatable is a must.
  2. Hello! I just bought my first boat ever, so I'm definitely a newbie. I got the 2016 21 H2O Sport, and I have a question about attachment points for inflatables. I understand the tower is for wakeboards only, and I'm unsure about the ski tow hook right in the middle of the stern. Is this for skiers only, or can I tow tubes with it? The only relevant statement I could find in my owner's manual was "WARNING: DO NOT USE ARCH TOWER FOR PULLING INFLATABLES. Use arch with ski tow for single skier/wakeboarder only. Use ski tow or stern eyes on transom for all other tow behind sports." Th
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