Jacks Plastic Welding Culebra. The advantages are that it is laced together and can be completley broken down for easy transport. You can run it as a regular Cat as well. It has the high thwart design like a saber tooth, so it tends to ride over big waves instead of slamming into them and getting surfed.
It's also a very light boat, and the pieces can be carried as luggage.
The one disadvantage is the bracing in system is not the best, I use a dry bag for my back foot. You could probly add a lace in foot cup for your back foot.
Bottom line though, I love my Culebra, I probly use it with a basic raft frame 85% of the time, and R-2 it the rest. Jack makes these really awesome cargo slings for the front and back, and I do a lot of self support 2-3 day trips with these and a 1 bay raft frame. It's extremely nimble and fun to row, and will run bigger stuff then you think.
Made in America by a quality small business.
I swear I don't work for JPW! Just a satisfied customer, love my boat as much as my Paco Pad and dry bags.
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