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SCOTT CANOE


MISSINAIBI www.scottcanoe.com $1,985


This is a fast and nimble, high-volume river tripper that competently handles big water and big loads. “Last November we had the opportunity to demo the Missinaibi canoe and wow. We were really impressed with the volume, ease of tracking on a river and maneuverability—all integrated into one canoe. So our decision is now firm—it’s the Missinaibi canoe,” said Monica and Dave Gillespie, four time Canadian Whitewater slalom champion, Chief instructor and past president of Whitewater Ontario.


Material: Royalex | Length: 17’ | Width at Gunwales: 36”; at Waterline: 36.5” | Depth at Bow: 22”; at Center: 15”; at Stern: 22” | Weight: 75 lbs | Capacity: 1,200 lbs


TRAILHEAD CANOES


PROSPECTOR 17 www.ottawapaddleshack.ca $1,899–$2,569


If you have done a canoe trip with an outfitter in Northern Canada, you were probably paddling a Trailhead Prospector 17. A true workhorse that is a favorite with guides and outfitters as the best all around canoe. Constructed with the finest custom Royalex sheets and heavy duty hardware. No compromises mean you can paddle with no limits. Skid plates are standard and included on all Royalex Trailhead Prospectors. Trailhead Canoes also offers a 16-foot Royalex Prospector for $1,799.


Length: 17’ | Width at Gunwales: 35.5” | Depth at Bow: 25”; at Center: 16”; at Stern: 25” | Capacity: 1,300 lbs | Royalex: 75 lbs $1,899 | Kevlar: 64 lbs, $2,569


PAKBOATS


PAKCANOE 165 www.pakboats.com • $2,155


Pakboats’ original tripping canoe—introduced in 1995—the 165 is still going strong. More nimble than the 170, it is nice for shorter trips and small enough to be handled solo. Easy paddling and enjoyable when you don’t need to carry expedition-size loads.


Material: Skin on Frame, Folding | Length: 16’6” | Width at Gunwales: 31”; at Waterline: 31” | Depth at Bow: 18”; at Center: 14”; at Stern: 18” | Weight: 54 lbs | Capacity: 830 lbs


CLIPPER CANOES


17’ PROSPECTOR www.clippercanoes.com $1,695–$2,595 CAD


The 17’ Prospector has become the first choice of many experienced paddlers. It is ideally suited for rough water, large loads, and its forgiving nature makes it suitable for novice paddlers. The 17’ Prospector is in its element when on a wilderness trip—loaded to the gunwales and beyond. When loaded, it maintains its speed and becomes even more stable. Many paddlers choose the optional footbraces and bucket seats, mounted high enough to allow kneeling in whitewater.


Length: 17’2” | Width at Gunwales: 36”; at Waterline: 34” | Depth at Bow: 21”; at Center: 15”; at Stern: 21” | Capacity: 1,000 lbs (6” Freeboard | Fiberglass: 70 lbs, $1,695 CAD | Kevduraflex: 68 lbs, $2,595 CAD | Kevlar: 62 lbs, $2,395 | Ultralight Kevlar: 56 lbs, $2,595


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