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Old 07-02-2013   #561
 
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What cup holder is that?
I think I got it at target. It is actually for my daughters stroller, but it works perfect for the raft.

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Old 07-08-2013   #562
 
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Finally have a picture of my 13' RMR rigged for a 3-day with the wife.

Home made double-rail 3-bay frame, decking and seat mount are made of 3/4" pine with 4 coats of outdoor Varathane (which I love because it's super easy to apply and clean up, and seems to be more durable than old parts I coated with spar varnish).

Taking the boat on a 5-day in 4 weeks and I'm sure it will handle the gear load.
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heres some from our 10 day 3 river trip
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Old 07-08-2013   #564
 
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^^^ Sweet campsite with the pop-up shelter over your boat!

And you know you have a big boat when you can carry the other one on the back like a kayak.
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Old 07-09-2013   #565
 
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Finally have a picture of my 13' RMR rigged for a 3-day with the wife.

Home made double-rail 3-bay frame, decking and seat mount are made of 3/4" pine with 4 coats of outdoor Varathane (which I love because it's super easy to apply and clean up, and seems to be more durable than old parts I coated with spar varnish).

Taking the boat on a 5-day in 4 weeks and I'm sure it will handle the gear load.
Thanks for posting the picture. I'm thinking of trading in my 14 ft. cataraft for a 13ish foot raft. It helps to see a 13 footer in action with gear. Mine will be a solo boat, with only a rare passenger. I rowed a 12 footer on Deso in May, and it was almost perfect.....just needed to be a little longer.
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Old 07-09-2013   #566
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Finally have a picture of my 13' RMR rigged for a 3-day with the wife.

Home made double-rail 3-bay frame, decking and seat mount are made of 3/4" pine with 4 coats of outdoor Varathane (which I love because it's super easy to apply and clean up, and seems to be more durable than old parts I coated with spar varnish).

Taking the boat on a 5-day in 4 weeks and I'm sure it will handle the gear load.
The boat is very clean and dialed in. For such a small boat you are packing a lot of junk in it.
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The boat is very clean and dialed in. For such a small boat you are packing a lot of junk in it.
Thanks!

There's still un-used space I could take advantage of as well. There's still capacity in the everything bag on the back, I don't have any captains boxes (or equivalent), and the cooler is only 70 quart but it should fit up to 110 if I pick the right model. And I can strap things to the decking if I really want to go all out.
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Rigged for 6 days, 1/3 the food/supplies for 8 and most of the personal gear for 3. Some how I end up carrying the kitchen AND the groover.

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Rigged for 6 days, 1/3 the food/supplies for 8 and most of the personal gear for 3. Some how I end up carrying the kitchen AND the groover.

Willie
Gotta love those teal Maravia boats!
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That is a sweet set up. I dig the teal as well.
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