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Catarafts are moored to the shoreline below Tuna Rapid on the Colorado River in Grand Canyon National Park. Catarafts are specially designed white water boats. They are made of two long, fat tubes connected by a metal frame with a rowing compartment in it. Unlike rafts, catarafts have no floor. They are considered to be more stable and better able to run big waves and holes because the turbulent current has less surface to work upon.

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