I flipped one, but I did it on purpose, just to see how stable the boat was, and it was very difficult. And, it flipped right-side up all on it's own. I could not make it stay flipped. I won't say it can't be flipped accidentally, but I can't imagine what you have to do for that to happen. We've taken my friends NuCanoe on Class iV whitewater several times, and it never flipped, even with two 200+ lb. men in it. But, nothing is 100%. But I am convinced that the NuCanoe is a close to it as you can get. I am personally not crazy about them, because they are not very maneuverable, and they are painfully slow to paddle, but they are the most stabile boat I have ever sat in, even including Jon Boats. Just my opinion. Your mileage may vary....

Quote Originally Posted by MikeWest View Post
OK old thread, But to the guys who posted you can?t flip these I beg to differ.
I flipped mine to the tune of $600 worth of lost equipment. And I read a post from a dealer who flipped his to the tune of $2500 worth of lost equipment.

If there is any interest I?ll post my story.