There is water in my sit-inside kayak after use. How did it get there?
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Water can seep through screw or rivet holes, and it is normal to take on a small amount of water while kayaking. Sit-insides can get a bit more water due to splashing water from paddles or waves. We recommend draining the water out of the kayak after each use. It’s also a good idea to check your kayak before each use to ensure your kayak has not sustained any damage and all plugs are in place.
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