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The weir at the end of the section now has a hydroelectric Archimedes Screw on the far right. There is a grill protecting it from large debris/kayakers and could be quite a sieve in high water. On mid it seemed OK. There is also a new channel\slide just to the left of the screw. As a lot of the wate...
- Fri Jan 02, 2015 1:21 pm
- Forum: Whitewater and Touring Kayaks For Sale
- Topic: For Sale Small Pyranha Burn £350
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I am selling my Pyranha Burn Small. It has been good to me but now I have got a new boat. An awesome boat, with lots to give, fitting a range of people. I am 6ft and fit in it but equally I have friends who are a lot shorter who love their Burns too. There is a small dink in the nose as pictured. It...
EA levels say the river was at 0.41m at 9am today so going by the above posts that's about 9-14cm/3.5-5.5 inches below the slab with a full day and night to drop even more. What is the lowest level the loop can be realistically run without wheels? I may have to substitute my boat for a kite this wee...