Love the Sedna because it maneuvers a lot like a whitewater boat but also has super speedy pick up when you need to accelerate quickly in waves or coastal waters. Good cruising speed more like a touring boat and the tracking is not nearly as bad as some people on this forum seem to think. It tracks way better than a lot of higher rocker sea kayaks I've paddled and requires only slight correction with the rudder. This quickly becomes second nature and you don't think about it. The Sedna isn't ideal for long distance days and extended trips but it is superior for exploring wavy and rocky coastlines, sea caves, playing in surf, or paddling for fun and fitness.
A great all-around boat with Canadian quality. They are tough and well put together even though they eschew the fancy stitching and designer EVA cushions that make Necky and Wildy so flashy. These are classic looking and have great lines. Love just looking at this little boat. It is my favorite and I also own a Delta 16 and a Pungo 140.