Originally Posted by smoothsail
Did you actually read my post? I never said I had serious issues and I'm aware that rafts aren't 100% stable, all I asked was which boat shape/type has less up and down movement and which one has the least amount of movement overall.
Also, I'm just doing my part in distancing from other people
(that and I would much rather go alone at my own pace, wherever and whenever most convienient for me).
Originally Posted by Blade&Shaft
You're an asshole
I can't really disagree! TBoneCooper's post even commiserated that they share sensory/motion issues.
OP, you asked a question on a forum where most people specifically enjoy the movement of the water in a whitewater river and have a lot of experience in a multitude of craft.
I am sorry for your vertigo issues, but no craft will eliminate the up/down gyration of waves that exist as a very condition of moving rivers. You would be better off asking, "what rivers have pretty scenery and mild to no rapids in xxx area?"
Pack rafts generally have low volume relative to their capacity. They need to be fairly well inflated to maintain their structure and buoyancy. I'd agree with the other users that hypalon boats do have less motion than other boats, but don't eliminate it entirely.
And solo may be a fun idea for hiking, but is not recommended for moving water. maybe try sea kayaking?