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Old 02-01-2019   #1
 
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What kind of Cat is this?

Does anyone know what kind of Cataraft this is?

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It looks like some sort of NRS prototype
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Its an old, small, yellow NRS. Other than that, if you have a more specific question I'll try to answer it.
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Its an old, small, yellow NRS. Other than that, if you have a more specific question I'll try to answer it.

I didn't realize NRS ever made a bladder boat
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looks like a bananya cat!
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Back in the old days Aire made boats for nrs.
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Looks like a Shredder with an oar frame - made as a frame-less catboat for R2ing or solo paddle - friend of mine had one & put an oar frame on it - fast an nimble, did Sunshine at level 4 ok - he and a bud did Gorefest with it - they were out of the boat alot.
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I can tell you exactly what it is because we still have one. Although I do not recall AIRE ever selling these through NRS, it is a 1990 Wildcat, 12'6". Not a fast rig, but excellent in big water. We use it mostly with a Russian style paddle frame.
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Or, possibly it may be the longer 14' version - on second glance the straight section looks a bit longer than ours.
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Or, possibly it may be the longer 14' version - on second glance the straight section looks a bit longer than ours.

Thank You. The seller said it was a Wildcat but it didn't look like any cat I had ever seen. Will be going with a new one...28 years is a bit long in the tooth.
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