What is a good 14 foot touring kayak?

Maestro says:

Something that is stable and tracks well. I purchased a dagger alchemy and it's a nice kayak, but I have a prosthetic leg and the design of the cockpit and thigh braces make it kind of difficult to get in and out of.

Scott H says: I really like the Necky roar or roar sport, great little kayaks

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