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I have just received my Swing courtesy of Phil's (Mariner) "Hooked on Kayaks". As usual the service was great. :D

We now have three Mangoes in our fleet. They have all now been named as follows:

- "R2E2" - in the centre is my new Perception Swing
- "Keitt" - my Dagger Animas (whitewater yak) on the left, and
- "Choko Nand" - is my son's Dagger Drifter on the right

I test paddled the Swing this morning so am about to install my rod holders, paddle holder, etc. The Drifter already has a couple of holders while the Animas is purely for play.

Our northern friends probably twigged as to the names of the yaks - they are all varieties of Mangoes.

Now where's that holesaw?
 

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mmmmm mango..... the fleet looks good. be looking forward to reports from the fleet. BZ
 

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Nice bunch on mangoes you've got there Kevin.
Nice work on getting the swing and happy (and straight!) hole cutting :)
 

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I would have liked to say "thats a nice pair mangoes there Kevin" but you have 3 now!!! Well done look forward to catching up with you out in the bay real soon.

Regards Milt,
 

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Gatesy,

October is actually the start of Mango season, so I guess you'll see a few more around. Regarding the Swing purchase I did get a sweet deal from the Mariner.
 
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Awsome stuff Kevin nice looking collection.I love the look of your SINKS cool stuff.And i must admit being a Perception Kayak owner i no i am a big boy but i might have to loose the weight so i can get a swing.As every other yak i have been reading up about has had there probs but i have not heard of any yet with the swings plus i am happy with my current perception made Kayak so i probaly might just end up buying a swing :?
Cheers Benjamin 8)
 
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