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The Dagger Tybee is a...
The Dagger Tybee is a beautifully designed and built kayak - discontinued in 2002, it was designed for lightweight performance, stability, and maneuverability. The Tybee has a visually noticeable high quality layup, and while lightweight, one can see that its gel coat and composite is not thin.
Upon my first impression, I found that Dagger Tybee to be very stable and very comfortable. The thigh braces fit snugly and comfortably, and I had not problems getting into the cockpit. Even though the Tybee S is a low-volume kayak, it shares the same cockpit as the Dagger Tybee and Dagger Meridian which provides plenty of space for entry and exit...
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Just brought my Tybee home...
Just brought my Tybee home today - it's a discontinued yak, so I had a nice discount. Wet tested it last week and was very impressed with how it tracks - feels very fast compared to the Impex Irie and Old Town Nantucket Elite that I also wet-tested. Can't wait to take it for a real run this weekend.
Paddled a Tybee today....
Paddled a Tybee today. Tracked like a hog. Very hard to turn the boat. Pulled hard to the left. Rudder had nearly no effect to make it track straight. Dealer could give no explanation.
Seems to me that this boat...
Seems to me that this boat would be appropriate for me but even after talking to the factory and the west coast Rep. they are not interested
in getting one anywhere near me for a trial. They have dealers in this area but I have to pay for it before they will ship. Not so good Dagger. mp
Had a chance to paddle a...
Had a chance to paddle a Tybee at the local Paddlefest. The Tybee is a glass (or Kevlar) daytripper. It seemed nimble, easy to turn, and speedy for its length, and stable at 23" wide. (I also tried a Corona and found it very tippy.)