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Information about Inflatable Boats for River Microadventures

Packraft from above

Following last week’s Source to Sea video I’ve had several emails asking about inflatable boats.

I can’t over-state how much fun it is to paddle down a river.
So here are a few suggestions:

So don’t let money prevent you getting out there and doing stuff. A £40 rubber dingy would be perfect for a river such as this one.

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  1. Here’s proof – adventure on a lilo!
    http://vimeo.com/29454736

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  2. Love your blog;thank you very much for the advice.

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  3. Dave fowler Posted

    Found your blog by accident… Fantastic. Book is on it’s way. Can I ask, many people have said you need a license to travel on uk rivers!!! Does this mean I can’t try the source to sea on the river Adur in the south east?

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  4. Mick Bailey Posted

    I love that you took the wrong river and even more that it didn’t matter.

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  5. It looks like you have had some amazing adventures with your inflatable boat. It is good to know that a boat like this can be acquired for a reasonable price and so one should not let budget prevent possible memories. Something else to consider would be to practice proper safety precautions when on the water.

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