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www.wenonah.com The Story W enonah Canoe is a small, a successful enterprise instead of just a independent, family-owned lifestyle choice. company that has become an When plastics, composites, and award-winning designer and manu- carbon fibers came on the market, Mike facturer of high performance canoes made the jump. It was a big invest- and kayaks, sold and paddled around ment and a steep learning curve, but the world. We are a different kind of Wenonah Canoe was soon producing company. In a world dominated by the fastest, lightest, most efficient giant manufacturers, we measure our canoes around. success by the success of our dealers and the satisfaction of our customers. A Composites Pioneer Our mission has always been to fit To maximize every advantage the new people into the best boats for their materials offered, the company engi- chosen use. In this, we reflect the neered new construction techniques. " values and the passion of our founder Although now industry standard, Mike Cichanowski. Wenonah Canoe is recognized as the When you’re young you can pioneer of vacuum-bagging, a pro- Born To Paddle Mike grew up in Winona, Minnesota, risk everything, because you cess that pulls excess resins out of the construction thus reducing weight and have nothing to lose, but you " where he inherited the ethics and improving strength. The process emits values of his ancestors — hard-working Polish immigrants who worked in the have to stick with it. no fumes and minimizes waste. To evolve new materials and processes town’s lumber mills. Living on the edge So, when the warehouse he used as for making canoes, the company took of the great upper Mississippi River, Mike his canoe-making shop was slated for full advantage of its location. Winona, learned to paddle a canoe at a very demolition, he made an important Minnesota has become a world leader young age. By the time Mike became move: Instead of settling down to study in composites manufacturing, home an Eagle Scout, he had built several Wildlife Management in college, he to dozens of companies that engineer wood-strip canoes and was molding applied for a bank loan, bought land, products for sports, music, aerospace his own designs from fiberglass. and built a small shop on the edge of and industrial uses. Not only was he good at working town. He wanted to build canoes. There Mike’s love for paddle sports has with his hands and good at solving was no looking back. always been a magnet for others who problems, Mike took a lot of pride Mike, his wife, and young family stuck share the same passion. Before long, he in doing this work and doing it well. with it through some very lean years collected a team of dedicated employees. as Mike learned the entrepreneurial Dave Thill has led the manufacturing skills that would make canoe building development for 35 years. Rick Thrune The early days were spent paddling Lake Winona and in the BWCA. Mike Cichanowski and his family are all die hard paddlers and avid canoe racers. The Wenonah Canoe Factory is located beneath the picturesque bluffs of the Mississippi River Valley. “The Original” 1965 Learn more on page 17 Designed and built by founder Mike Cichanowski, this is the boat that started it all. New for 2011 we introduce the 17 Wenonah, this historic design in our contemporary composite layups. Don’t miss your chance to own a piece of open boat history! "Like" Wenonah Canoe on facebook for your ChanCe tO win serial #001 Kevlar Ultra-light 17 wenonah! Drawing held May 1, 2011. Learn more on our website and facebook page. has made significant contributions to Community Commitment Award, and part of the first American team invited composites technology as well and several awards for innovation. In 2007 to race dragon boats in China. One is responsible for implementing new he received an honor prized above all summer day, he even paddled to work manufacturing processes. Hard-working, others — the Distinguished Eagle Scout after a torrential rainstorm flooded innovative craftsmen have made us the Award, which is the highest honor roads and cut off traffic to the canoe world-class company we are today. given by the Boy Scouts of America. factory. With that kind of tireless inspiration Specializing in Performance Designs at its head, the company too still has High-tech materials and dedicated a passion for paddling. We drop in on people are part of our story, sophis- dealers to paddle with them once or ticated design is another. Noon-hour twice a year. Many employees, along training trips on the river and regular with Mike, sneak out early and head to trips to the Boundary Waters with the river on summer Fridays to paddle family and friends helped develop the mighty Mississippi. countless design ideas. Mike's long A great deal has changed in 40+ years, friendship and partnership with leg- but much remains the same. Today endary canoe designer Gene Jensen Wenonah Canoe is the world’s largest contributed to several successful new This award recognizes outstanding manufacturer of Kevlar® canoes and canoe designs. Our Kevlar® Ultralight community and volunteer involvement, the second largest manufacturer of Minnesota II quickly became the canoe and a life-long dedication to improving Royalex® canoes. We help sponsor ex- of choice in the Boundary Waters, peoples' lives. As a recipient, Mike joins peditions on waters all over the world, transforming burdensome portages the likes of astronaut Neil Armstrong, and we work to see that all generations and long paddles across wilderness film director Steven Spielberg, President of people have a chance to get hooked lakes, and effectively opening the Gerald R. Ford and Microsoft founder on the self-reliance that paddle sports experience to many. Bill Gates, among others. bring. We have a passion for creating New opportunities arose when Brian high-performance canoes from high Henry and Mike Henderson, kayak Specialty Dealers tech materials, and we do it all with designers and owners of Current To sell our canoes, we depend on a old-world craftsmanship and values. Designs in Victoria, British Columbia, network of specialty dealers. These entered the scene. To make their own knowledgeable people are experts in On the Cover: dreams a reality, they needed more their areas. They know their local lakes A fleet of Ultra-light Wenonah Canoes navigate down the An- production capacity and manufacturing and rivers, and the boats they sell. We droscoggin River on the Northern expertise, so they joined forces with us work hard to maintain great relation- Forest Canoe Trail during a 4 day trip. Participants included: in 1991. In 1999 Wenonah Canoe pur- ships with more than 400 specialty Mike Cichanowski, owner and chased majority ownership in Current dealers around the world. founder of Wenonah Canoe. Rob Center and Kay Henry, Designs and in 2004 moved it's home founders of the NFCT. Darren base to a new manufacturing facility in Hard Work Has Paid Off Bush, owner of Rutabaga in Madison, WI. John Nemjo, Winona, MN. After more than 42 years of hard work owner of Mountainman and ceaseless challenge, Mike still has Outdoor Supply in Old Forge, NY. Keith Miller, owner of California Award Winning Company a passion for paddling. He has raced Canoe & Kayak in Oakland, CA. Scot Over the years, Mike’s dedication canoes all over the world, including Balentine, purchaser for L.L. Bean in Freeport, ME. Dana Henry, ACA to building his business has won Europe, South Africa, and Australia. He certified instructor. Bill Kueper, Vice P.O. Box 247 him and the company numerous won the American Canoe Association’s President of Wenonah Canoe. Winona, MN 55987 507-454-5430 awards, including the prestigious Adult-Youth canoe racing championship Photo: email@example.com Composite Fabricators Association with both of his daughters, and was Ember Photography www.wenonah.com 2 The Best Canoe W e offer more than 30 canoe models, most of which can be fabricated in several different materials. How do you choose the right canoe for you? Follow these steps to help narrow down the decision and ensure you'll find your perfect canoe. 1 2 First, try to narrow your search Once you've decided on a category that fits your needs (or more importantly, down to one or two categories eliminated the categories that don't) then you select the performance aspects of boats. To do this, consider most important to you. your priorities. How and where do you plan on using this canoe? What Read and understand the basics of Canoe Design on pages 5-6. Learn why the different type of water are you going to paddle? dimensions and hull shapes, both above and below the water line, determine to what How much gear are you likely to take degree a canoe will excel at which aspects of performance. along? How skilled are the paddlers? Find a category that best matches your basic needs: The main aspects of performance are: General Touring Efficiency: Designed to do many things well, they How far the canoe goes with each stroke. A long glide are very versatile. They're stable, ma- following the stroke means the canoe is very efficient. neuverable, efficient and will haul a fair amount of gear. Great family canoes. Maneuverability: How easily the boat will turn. A lot of boats are specifically Performance Touring designed to "Track Straight". We always say it's much easier Light and fast. They track and glide to turn a boat than keep one going straight. well, and respond best in the hands of experienced paddlers. These designs Capacity: How much gear and weight the canoe can hold. are true performance boats. Sports & Leisure Stability: "Initial" stability is how tippy a boat feels when you're Popular with beginners, kids, and getting in and out of it or when it's resting on calm water. people who fish, hunt, or take photos. "Final" stability is how resistant a canoe is to tipping even S&L canoes are extremely stable and when leaned or in high winds and waves. easy to handle. Down River Seaworthiness: How dry, capable, and predictable the canoe is in large Perfect for paddling in streams, rivers, waves or rough waters. and smaller rapids. These fun pad- dling canoes turn on a dime and slide through eddies. 3 Whitewater Finally, you can use the diagram on page Built for paddling the fast water and 4 to find the specific canoe models that raging currents of whitewater rivers. were designed to meet your needs. Read more Their hulls are contoured for maneu- in-depth on each model, arranged by category, in verability and stability in steep leans. the back of the catalog. You can also compare the technical specs of all our models using the chart on Expedition pages 13-14. For distance paddling, adventure trips, and big water, they're designed to perform most efficiently when fully loaded with a lot of gear. 3 Start here with the "Who, What, Where and How" you'll be using your canoe. Decide on the right Solos category for you. Tandems (& Triples) Good on all waters, it'll hold plenty of gear - Wilderness General Touring Champlain - A large, stable boat that will hold a ton of gear If you want a canoe that anyone can paddle and will do most Our most efficient and reliable solo - Prism everything...Start here with all 17 Wenonah - A general use boat with a classic look around great canoes that'll do it A short, super stable, great all arounder - Vagabond all well. Spirit II - The 17' perfect all around canoe Go alone or with a friend - Solo Plus Aurora - The 16' perfect all around canoe A canoe's capacity, a kayak's amenities - Canak Heron - Compact and easy to handle Solo Plus - Go solo or tandem, 2 boats for the price of 1 Seneca - Our largest boat, designed for three paddlers Straight tracking and quick, it'll hold a load - Voyager Performance MN II - Most popular, efficient tripping canoe ever Touring If you want a good do everything Escape - Shorter, deeper version of the MN II canoe that is as efficient as possible, and this isn't your first time across the lake...these are your canoes. Escapade - Fast and responsive, that's also solo friendly Adirondack - Compact and efficient, a proven favorite Sundowner 17 - Fast Royalex boat for down river racing MN 3 - A true performance canoe for 3 paddlers A special kind of small, light and fun - Wee Lassie Sports & Leisure Fisherman - Short for maneuverability, hook setting stable If you want a stable boat to hunt the A fisherman's dream, comfort and stability - Fusion and fish out of, or to have at suit cabin on the lake, these will Kingfisher - A large sporting canoe with rock solid stability you well. Boundary Waters - High capacity and efficiency Backwater - Square stern for trolling motor mounting Southfork - Small, rugged, ultra-tough and unbreakable Northfork - Large, rugged, ultra-tough and unbreakable Small and agile that's home on rivers and streams - Argosy Down River Prospector 16 - Tandem or solo, the "original" down river canoe If you plan on mainly paddling smaller rivers and streams look here for some great canoe options. Prospector 15 - Nicely sized down, it'll turn on a dime Highly maneuverable, dry running WW solo - Rendezvous Whitewater Cascade - A true WW beast, it'll hold a bunch of gear If you have big rivers and raging rapids on your mind, this is where you want to be. Rogue - A shorter and more playful WW boat Huge capacity and a performance grade hull - Encounter Expedition Itasca - Go ahead, bring the kitchen sink If you have a grand expedition ahead of you or generally plan on paddling large bodies of water loaded with gear check out these specialized designs. we're here for YOU. How to find Wenonah employees staff demos, clinics, and other paddling events all over North America. Come talk with the experts, try as many boats as you can, and get out on the water. To find upcoming paddling events near you visit When it's time to buy, visit our website (www.wenonah.com) to locate one of our www.wenonah.com/events more than 400 specialty retailers located across North America (and around or find us on facebook for announcements the world) who can further help you drill down to the right choice. of all our factory supported events. 4 A canoe's performance is built CROSS SeCtiOnS ShaPe DiMenSiOnS into its design. The dimensions and shape of the hull above Cross-section shape determines initial LENGTH and below the water line, and other and final stability. Initial stability is Longer canoes track straighter, travel variables, determine how efficient, how stable a canoe feels when upright faster, and glide farther. They also hold stable, roomy, maneuverable, and in calm water. Final stability is how more and perform better when loaded. seaworthy that canoe is. Of the close to resistant a canoe is to capsizing even Shorter canoes turn easily and are great 30 models of canoes in this catalog, no when on edge. for paddling on tight streams. Even a two perform the same. A sports canoe 6-inch difference in length can make a that's stable and easy to paddle will FLAT BOTTOM dramatic difference in canoe performance. have a different length, width, rocker Typical for bargain and streamlining than a performance canoes. Flat-bottomed DEPTH canoe designed to go fast and glide hulls have initial stability, Adding depth to the center of the hull far. Even within the same category of but are unpredictable on waves or if creates more freeboard, which adds canoes, subtle differences in design leaned beyond a critical angle. capacity and seaworthiness. Adding will change their performance. depth to the bow or stern helps to fend SHALLOW ARCH off waves or spray. Characteristic of well-designed hulls. WIDTH Good initial and final A wider hull has a higher initial stability, stability. Predictable and responsive but requires more effort to paddle. when leaned or on waves. A narrow hull requires less effort to paddle, but has less initial stability. SHALLOW "V" Width also increases capacity, although Shaped with a ridge not as much as length. in the center, like a keel. Stable but rides deeper and is less efficient than a shallow arch. May snag on rocks. ROUND BOTTOM Extremely rare, used only on canoes for calm-water racing. Very fast, but has no initial stability at all and is tricky to balance. 5 Yoke Stern Thwarts ANATOMY of a CANOE Gunwales Bow STREAMLINING AND FULLNESS Different canoes with the same load can require more or less effort to paddle, Freeboard depending on streamlining and Waterline fullness. How fast or how gradual the Draught hull widens influences speed, capacity, and stability. A hull that widens gradually and smoothly is more efficient. FLARE ROCKER A flared hull widens Rocker describes the way some hulls Streamline out near the gunwales. curve up at the ends, like a rocking (Prism) It deflects waves and chair. Rocker plays part in a canoe's Tumblehome resists capsize. Flare maneuverability. Longer canoes with some rocker will maneuver like much Fullness (Fisherman) TUMBLEHOME shorter canoes. Canoes with a lot of Tumblehome is how rocker turn more easily, which is why the hull curves in whitewater and down river canoes have toward the gunwales steeply rockered ends. Canoes with Tumblehome Flare ENTRY LINE and lets the paddler paddle close to the very little rocker will track straighter. The entry line is the sharpness of the hull. bow. Blunt entry lines resist impacts Minimal better, which is why whitewater canoes Both flare and tumblehome may be (Escape) generally have blunt entry lines. built into different parts of the same Sharper entry lines improve the hull's hull. Composites are the only practical efficiency and tracking. material for this purpose, and even then Moderate (Heron) Sharp Entry Line Blunt Entry Line the hull needs stout, wooden gunwales (MN II) (Rogue) to help hold the complex shapes that combine tumblehome and flare (see Heavy the Itasca on page 34 for an example). (Prospector) FLAT BOTTOM vs SHALLOW ARCH COMPARISON A canoe with a flat bottom When loaded, it rides When it leans, one side of the In waves that strike the canoe hull feels steady when it’s lower but has about the same hull lifts entirely out of the crosswise or at an angle, the upright on calm water. Flat shape. It will be stable as long water. With less surface area flat bottom hull rises and falls bottom hulls have good as it is upright in calm water. submerged, paddlers must on the surfaces of the waves. initial stability. Paddlers feel work hard to keep it from Paddlers must react fast to little oscillation because the tipping over. Flat bottom the rocking back and forth. hull’s greatest possible width hulls have less final stability. is in the water. Initial Stability Final Stability A canoe with a shallow arch When loaded, the weight When it leans, both sides of A shallow arch hull presents hull is widest just above the presses the widest part of the shallow arch hull stay in less resistance to waves and waterline. Because it oscillates the hull into the water, which the water, making it easier for rocks less. Paddlers easily slightly it doesn’t have the makes the canoe more stable. paddlers to balance. maintain balance. rock solid feeling of a flat hull. 6 and Construction COMPOSITE CANOES The term “composite” simply means combining fibers together with resin. In composite canoes, various woven fabrics are hand shaped in a mold and bonded together with resins. Any combination of fibers and resin is a composite, but there are a wide variety of For ove r 40 materials and methods. All Wenonah Canoes are manufactured using a vacuum bagging have be years all Wen e on process to ensure the ideal resin to fabric ratio. Many hours of skilled labor are required the ban n proudly han ah Canoes ks of th dcrafte e d to make a great composite canoe. This, plus the cost of high-end materials make them Southe Mississippi Riv on fairly expensive, but their lightness, toughness, and performance make composite canoes ast Min er in nesota. the best value. Ultra-light Construction COLOR OPTIONS Ultra-light hulls are stiff and incredibly light. They are ideal for Ultra-light hulls have a "skin- speed and distance paddling and for all people or conditions that coat", showing the fabric's color demand the lightest gear. on the interior and exterior. A colored finish is a no-cost In our Ultra-light construction a structural-foam core and ribs are option, but adds 5-8 lbs. laminated into the hull and sides. We also add extra fabric layers to strengthen specific targeted areas. Kevlar® Graphite Aluminum plates are strategically laminated into the hull. Seats, footbraces, and all hardware is then riveted into these plates. This gives a very secure connection and eliminates rivet heads on the exterior. Side Ribs Kevlar®, the fiber used for aerospace, body armor and bulletproof vests, is amazingly light and strong. We’ve used it for more Diamond Foam Core than 30 years to construct extremely light and tough canoes. Wenonah Canoe is the world’s largest maker of Kevlar® canoes. A Graphite Ultra-light canoe is made the same way as a Kevlar® Ultra-light, but with Graphite as the outer layer. It’s ideal for paddlers desiring more stiffness in their composite canoe. Graphite transfers energy better than any of our other materials, which makes these the most crisp paddling canoes. The aesthetic appeal of a black Graphite canoe is also undeniable. Featured on the hit TV show "how it's Made" Watch the step by step construction of a Wenonah Kevlar® Ultra-light canoe at www.wenonah.com/video 7 Ray installing the serial number on a Wee Lassie. Frank hand finishing the Tim, Gary, and Kit form wood trim on an Itasca. a sheet of Kevlar into a mold. Flex-core Construction COLOR OPTIONS Flex-core construction creates a more rugged canoe We offer 8 colors of gel-coat finish than our Ultra-light core, and is meant for general paddling for the exterior of Flex-core hulls. The on all but extreme waters. interior of the hull show the fabric’s natural color. In our Flex-core constructions a structural-foam core is laminated into the hull, orienting the composite fibers Red Aqua Alaskan Ivory carefully to distribute loads. We add an extra fabric layer to the whole hull. This adds a bit of weight but makes for a stronger, more ridged canoe. Side ribs are not needed because this layup distributes more material Sand Caribbean Burgundy throughout the hull. The result is a tough canoe that is still fairly light weight. Ivory Green Using Kevlar® in our Flex-core layup adds a little weight, but saves some money. The extra layers of fabric and gel-coat finish makes these boats more resistant Diamond Foam Core to damage than our Kevlar Ultra-Light canoes as well. Wenonah’s Tuf-weave® material is an interwoven fabric made of 50% polyester and 50% fiberglass that out performs either material alone. The Tuf-weave® layup results in our most durable composite canoes. Tuf-weave® canoes offer improved impact resistance and are a great compromise between light weight, performance, and price. New for 2011 we have revamped our finishing process making for even more weight savings over previous years' models. 8 and Construction You’ve never seen metal move quite like this! By “this” we’re referring to Barracuda™ - new aluminized glass fabric. Barracuda™ boasts the look of metal with the functionality of traditional high performance composite fabrics. A marriage of style and function, this classy layup is a great combination of aesthetic appeal, weight, and strength. The distinctive appearance of Barracuda™ is achieved through a unique finishing process designed specifically for composite applications. When combined with the proper resin, our canoes made from Barracuda™ emulate the silver sheen of 3-D steel. But a good looking exterior is only half the story. On the interior of our Barracuda™ layup we utilize a layer of Innegra S high performance fabric. Different than Kevlar® or fiberglass, this material dramatically increases the composite toughness and impact resistance of the Barracuda™ layup, and is one of the lightest weight fibers available. Overall our Barracuda™ canoes offer unique looking crafts with the same high-performance characteristics of our traditional composite fabrics: strong, durable, and lightweight. All Barracuda™ canoes feature a foam core and side ribs, as well as all black anodized aluminum trim. Nate paddles a Barracuda Prism on an early summer morning. 9 The Royalex team stretches a heated sheet of Royalex material over the mold table. Scott removes the mold from a formed Royalex hull. ROYALEX® CANOE COLORS Royalex® canoes are manufactured from multi-laminate We offer 4 exterior colors with tan or sheets, painstakingly designed specifically for each gray interiors. Olive exteriors will have model. All include a closed-cell, rigid foam core providing olive interiors. Not all models are available structure and buoyancy. in all colors. See individual model descriptions for Royalex color options. Interior Colored Skin Interior colored skin Red Spruce Burgundy Olive Drab Substrate Layer Substrate layer Multiple End Reinforcements Multiple end reinforcements Multiple Center Reinforcements Multiple center reinforcements Multiple Full Layers Multiple full layers Keel Line Reinforcing Keelline reinforcing Substrate Layer Subsratelayer Exterior colored skin Exterior Colored Skin Royalex® canoes are tough and rugged. They are the ideal choice for whitewater canoes and wherever durability is paramount. These canoes are much lighter than polyethylene or aluminum canoes and can be built in nearly limitless designs. We offer many models in Royalex®, ranging from cost-conscious touring and sport canoes, to robust whitewater assault canoes. POLYETHYLENE COLOR Polyethylene canoes have improved in recent years The Northfork and Southfork with the advance of new materials and manufacturing are green with a sand interior. techniques. We manufacture our polyethylene Northfork Green and Southfork canoes using a three-phase oven molding process. Polyethylene molding technologies make some of the most durable and tough canoes, but limit design and are among the heaviest construction methods. Our two polyethylene models represent the latest in three-phase polyethylene manufacturing technologies with a superior design. Paul putting the finishing touch on a Royalex Canoe, the Wenonah decal. Paul triming the edging off. Scott attaching the thwarts and yoke. 10 Options ROYALEX® CANOES MAXIMUM CAPACITIES Standard Trim: Published weight-bearing capacities are Black vinyl gunwales featuring an internal misleading for a number of reasons, so aluminum reinforcement system, ash we don't print specific figures. Instead, thwarts and handles, and black end caps we say that all Wenonah hulls have are standard for Royalex® canoes. reserve capacity for their intended use. If capacity is critical, we suggest you load the hull with the intended weight Optional Wood Trim: and test it. All wood trim is an option on all Royalex canoes and includes hardwood CANOE WEIGHTS inwales and outwales, and wood end Because every canoe we make is caps, finished with three coats of oil. handcrafted, weights may vary slightly Natural stained wood is standard, a from the stated figure with standard darker walnut stain is also an option. equipment. Wood trim, sliding seats Fasteners are stainless steel. and foot braces, and optional gel-coat Wood trim is an additional charge. finish will slightly change the weight. STANDARD FLOTATION COMPOSITE CANOES All hulls have flotation to keep them afloat in the event of capsize. Royalex® Standard Trim: canoes have foam cores. Most composite All-aluminum trim with silver gunwales, hulls have sealed-air tanks in the bow thwarts, and handles are standard on and stern. most composites. Anodized black aluminum can be substituted at an additional charge. *Note: Black trim comes standard (no charge) on Graphite and Barracuda™ canoes. Optional Wood Trim: Hardwood inwales and outwales with black aluminum thwarts and handles are an option at an additional charge. Natural stained wood is standard, a darker walnut stain is an option. Fasteners are stainless steel. All wood trim is an option at an additional charge. *Note: Wood trim is not available as an option on Barracuda™ canoes. Yoke Options: All Tandem models come standard with an ash yoke. An ultra strong multi-layer laminated yoke w/ pads is an option. 11 Options aVaiLaBLe Seat Seat MOUntinG FOR Seat MOUntinG FOR StYLeS tanDeM CanOeS SOLO CanOeS BUCKET SEAT FIXED, HUNG SEATS SLIDING SEATS Comfortable, durable, and suitable Royalex® tandems and a few Sliding bucket seat for paddling while sitting the bucket composites have seats hung on a floor-mounted, seat is standard for all composite solo from the gunwales with sliding assembly, and canoes except the Vagabond, and aluminum plates. Seats adjustable foot brace standard for tandems 17' or longer. suspended from the gunwales are standard on most Web or cane seats may using wood dowels are standard composites. be substituted at on Royalex® canoes with Positioned low but no cost. Bucket wood gunwales and optional can be ordered raised slightly. A web or seats are not for composite hulls with wood cane seat may be substituted. standard on gunwales. Web or cane seats Royalex® and can be used. Bucket seats can HEIGHT/ANGLE ADJUSTABLE are an option not be hung. We place these a Standard on the only for 17'- bit higher than riveted seats Rendezvous, plus Royalex® so they serve to sit or kneel. Vagabond, Wilderness, tandems. and Argosy. This plate FIXED, RIVETED SEATS hung seat has two An aluminum frame is riveted height settings and WEB SEAT to the hull to mount fixed can be level to sit, or Cool, comfortable, and suitable for sitting seats in tandem composite angled to kneel, with or kneeling. Positioned a bit higher canoes 16'6" or longer. The position secured by a for leg comfort. Standard for shorter seat can be bucket, web, or cord lock. Web seat is composite tandems, all Royalex® cane on canoes with aluminum or wood standard. Cane may canoes and boats with all-wood trim. gunwales. The seats are low for sitting, be substituted. Cane seats may be substituted, but not but can be ordered raised and angled always bucket seats. The wood frames down slightly for kneeling. are heavily varnished for longevity. SLIDING SEATS A sliding front seat is standard for composite tandems over 16' and optional for Royalex® tandems 17' or longer. A sliding stern seat is optional for composite tandems. Bucket seats are standard, but web or cane may be CANE SEAT substituted. The seat is mounted on a Cane seats have a classic appearance slide-frame riveted to the hull. The sliding and are especially beautiful with wood seat is intended to allow for proper trim trim. Cane seats are a no-cost option (weight distribution). on all of our models. CENTER SEATS A tandem may have a web or cane center seat added for solo use. It is hung from the gunwales using plates or dowels depending on the trim. SLiDinG FOOt BRaCe Our foot brace provides solid leverage and comfort while paddling. It adjusts by a simple turn of the knob. The crossbar has unlimited adjustability to fit your legs and slides smoothly into place for quick fine-tuning. 12 DePth wiDth LenGth ROCKeR BOw CenteR SteRn GUnwaLe wateRLine MaXiMUM Seneca 19’4” 2” 22” 14” 22” 37 ½” 39 ½” 39 ½” Champlain 18’0” 1 ½” 22” 14” 20” 36 ½” 36 ¾” 37” 17 Wenonah 17’0” 2" 22” 13 ½” 22” 36” 34 ½” 37” Spirit II 17’0” 1 ½” 22” 14” 19” 35” 35 ½” 36” General Touring Aurora 16’0 1 ½” 21” 14” 18” 35” 35 ½” 36” Heron 15’0” 1 ¼” 18” 13” 16” 35” 35” 36” Prism 16’6” minimal 19” 12 ½” 17” 26” 29 ¾” 30 ¾” Wilderness 15’4” 1 ¼” 19” 14” 17” 27” 29 ¾” 30 ½” Vagabond 14’6” 1 ¼” 16” 12 ½” 14 ½” 28” 29 ¾” 29 ¾” Solo Plus 16’6” minimal 19” 13” 17” 29” 31 ¾” 32 ¾” Canak 16’0” minimal 16” 12 ½” 14” N/A 27” 30” Minnesota 3 20’0” 1 ½” 20 ½” 13 ½” 17” 34” 33 ½” 35 ½” Minnesota II 18’6” minimal 20 ½” 13 ½” 17” 33 ½” 33 ½” 35” Performance Touring Escape 17’6” minimal 20 ½” 13 ½” 17” 33” 33” 34 ½” Escapade 16’6” minimal 18 ½” 13 ½” 16” 29 ½” 30” 33 ½” Voyager 17’6” minimal 19” 14” 16” 21 ½” 27 ½” 28 ¾” Adirondack 16’0” minimal 19 ½” 13 ½” 16 ½” 35” 34 ¾” 36” Sundowner 17 17'0" minimal 21" 14" 18" 34 ½" 32 ½" 34 ½" Boundary Waters 17’0” 1” 20” 14” 20” 36 ½” 35” 36 ½” Kingfisher 16’0” 1 ¼” 19” 13” 17” 38” 38” 40” Fisherman 14’0” 1 ¼” 19” 14” 18” 37” 37 ½” 39” Sports & Leisure Northfork 16’9” 1” 20” 13 ½” 20” 37 ½” 35” 37 ½” Southfork 15'8" 2" 21" 13" 21" 36 ½” 35" 36 ½” Backwater 15'0" 1 ¾” 19 ½” 16" 17 ¼” 41" 37 ½” 41" Fusion 13'0" minimal 15 ½” 12” 15” 31” 28 ½” 31” Wee Lassie 12’6” minimal 16” 12” 16” 27 ½” 24” 27 ½” Prospector 16 16’0” 2 ½” 25” 15” 25” 36” 33” 37” Down River Prospector 15 15’0” 2 ½” 24” 14” 24” 35 ¾” 33” 37” Argosy 14’6” 2 ½” - 1” 18” 13 ½” 16” 27” 27” 30 ¼” Cascade 17’6” 2” 21” 15” 20” 36 ½” 33 ½” 36 ½” Whitewater Rogue 16’0” 3” 24 ½” 16” 23 ½” 35 ¼” 33” 36” Rendezvous 15’8” 2 ½” 21” 15” 20” 28” 29” 31” Itasca Expedition 19’0” 1 ½” 21 ½” 15” 19” 36 ½” 34 ½” 37” Encounter 17’0” minimal 19” 14” 16” 25” 29” 31 ½” GRaPhite KeVLaR® KeVLaR® tUF-weaVe ULtRa-LiGht ULtRa-LiGht BaRRaCUDa™ FLeX-CORe FLeX-CORe ROYaLeX® N/A 55 lb. N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 46 lb. N/A 57 lb. 61 lb. 75 lb. N/A 44 lb. N/A 55 lb. 60 lb. N/A N/A 42 lb. 46 lb. 54 lb. 58 lb. 69 lb. N/A 39 lb. N/A 51 lb. 55 lb. 67 lb. N/A 36 lb. N/A 46 lb. 50 lb. 58 lb. 32 lb. 34 lb. 36 lb. 44 lb. 49 lb. N/A 31 lb. 32 lb. N/A 41 lb. 43 lb. 49 lb. N/A 30 lb. N/A 38 lb. 40 lb. 45 lb. N/A 40 lb. N/A 51 lb. 54 lb. 62 lb. (kevlar special) N/A 38 lb. N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 55 lb. N/A N/A N/A N/A 42 lb. 42 lb. 46 lb. 54 lb. 58 lb. N/A 41 lb. 41 lb. N/A 53 lb. 57 lb. N/A 41 lb. 42 lb. N/A 51 lb. 55 lb. N/A 33 lb. 34 lb. N/A 46 lb. 51 lb. N/A N/A 37 lb. N/A 49 lb. 54 lb. 65 lb. N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 67 lb. N/A 42 lb. N/A 53 lb. 58 lb. N/A N/A 39 lb. N/A 51 lb. 55 lb. 68 lb. N/A 36 lb. N/A 46 lb. N/A 59 lb. (polyethylene) N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 89 lb. (polyethylene) N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 83 lb. N/A 52 lb. N/A 64 lb. 70 lb. 79 lb. (kevlar special) N/A 30 lb. 32 lb. N/A N/A 46 lb. (kevlar special) N/A 27 lb. 29 lb. N/A N/A N/A N/A 40 lb. N/A 52 lb. 56 lb. 68 lb. N/A 38 lb. N/A 48 lb. 52 lb. 59 lb. N/A 30 lb. N/A 43 lb. N/A 47 lb. N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 75 lb. N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 69 lb. N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 59 lb. N/A 49 lb. N/A 61 lb. 65 lb. N/A N/A 38 lb. N/A 48 lb. 54 lb. N/A 14 *Weights published are for boats with all standard equipment. Most options add weight. Actual boat weights may vary +/- 5%. " I absolutely love my Aurora. It has taken more than it’s share of stresses and tight places during peak flood levels, but has still performed great on many several-day floats down shallow, muddy rivers. Tracks great, holds a ton of gear, fast as a bullet, excellent quality. " Wouldn’t trade it for any other. -Mark Milby, GA General touring canoes are versatile boats that do everything well. For people who look forward to day trips with the family, fishing, easy weekend adventures, or a week spent canoe camping, our general touring canoes are the best choice. Stable, maneuverable, and able to haul a fair amount of gear, our touring canoes build confidence in developing paddlers. They vary in length from 15 feet to 18 feet, but all have generous width and depth, a shallow-arch bottom, and 1 or 2 inches of rocker. Allison and Cody enjoying a day on Lake Winona in a Spirit II. Photo: Jake Greseth Seneca For three-person paddling adventures, few canoes perform like the The Seneca is a big canoe with enough freeboard to keep gear and Seneca. Whether you’re reeling in eight-pounders or power-paddling equipment dry. Designed for family and general use, the center seat is to the next lake, the Seneca’s great initial stability and efficiency turn removable if you're looking to comfortably fit two large people with a you into a harmonious paddling team. lot of gear. It also serves as an alternative to a tag-along solo canoe. LenGth ROCKeR BOw CenteR SteRn GUnwaLe wateRLine MaXiMUM Efficiency Maneuverability 19’4” 2” 22” 14” 22” 37 ½” 39 ½” 39 ½” Capacity Stability GRaPhite ULtRa-LiGht KeVLaR® ULtRa-LiGht BaRRaCUDa™ KeVLaR® FLeX-CORe tUF-weaVe FLeX-CORe ROYaLeX® Seaworthy N/A 55 lb. N/A N/A N/A N/A Champlain ROYaLeX® Color Options COMPOSite Color Options To carry gear for a week, an arsenal of fishing tackle, and coolers to One of our largest tandems, the Champlain is a versatile boat that’s take out the cold ones or bring back the big ones, you need an efficient efficient and glides well. Its size and its shallow-arched hull make it and seaworthy touring canoe like the Champlain. It is the best touring easy for paddlers to handle and less sensitive to waves. Its stability canoe ever designed for extended big lake and river trips. sets your mind at ease if you’re day-tripping with small children. LenGth ROCKeR BOw CenteR SteRn GUnwaLe wateRLine MaXiMUM Efficiency Maneuverability 18’0” 1 ½” 22” 14” 20” 36 ½” 36 ¾” 37” Capacity Stability GRaPhite ULtRa-LiGht KeVLaR® ULtRa-LiGht BaRRaCUDa™ KeVLaR® FLeX-CORe tUF-weaVe FLeX-CORe ROYaLeX® Seaworthy N/A 46 lb. N/A 57 lb. 61 lb. 75 lb. 16 17 Wenonah COMPOSite Color Options New for 2011 we introduce the boat that started it all, the original, displayed for the last 30 years. Available in our state of the art composite the 17 Wenonah. The first canoe ever designed by owner and founder materials and layups, the 17 Wenonah displays lines similar to the Mike Cichanowski in 1965, this instant classic was originally built out of classic wooden hulls built in the early 1900's. A great general use and wood strip and fiberglass in Mike's parents backyard shed. We carefully family boat with a unique look and storied past, the 17 Wenonah is a handcrafted a mold from the original boat that has been proudly must have for serious canoe connoisseurs and open boat history buffs. LenGth ROCKeR BOw CenteR SteRn GUnwaLe wateRLine MaXiMUM Efficiency Maneuverability 17’0” 2" 22” 13 ½” 22" 36” 34 ½” 37” Capacity Stability GRaPhite ULtRa-LiGht KeVLaR® ULtRa-LiGht BaRRaCUDa™ KeVLaR® FLeX-CORe tUF-weaVe FLeX-CORe ROYaLeX® Seaworthy N/A 44 lb. N/A 55 lb. 60 lb. N/A Spirit II ROYaLeX® Color Options COMPOSite Color Options Like a Swiss Army knife, the Spirit II does everything. As efficient as a No wonder Canoe & Kayak Magazine said, “If you could have only long-hulled canoe and as maneuverable as a short one, the Spirit II one canoe to serve all your needs for the rest of your life, the Spirit II strikes a balance between all good things. Roomy enough for Boundary would be one of the very few candidates.” Maybe that’s why we sell Water trips, it’s even more stable when loaded. more Spirit II's than any other model. LenGth ROCKeR BOw CenteR SteRn GUnwaLe wateRLine MaXiMUM Efficiency Maneuverability 17’0” 1 ½” 22” 14” 19” 35” 35 ½” 36” Capacity Stability GRaPhite ULtRa-LiGht KeVLaR® ULtRa-LiGht BaRRaCUDa™ KeVLaR® FLeX-CORe tUF-weaVe FLeX-CORe ROYaLeX® Seaworthy N/A 42 lb. 46 lb. 54 lb. 58 lb. 69 lb. 17 Aurora ROYaLeX® Color Options COMPOSite Color Options For exploring, fishing, day-tripping with your family, and paddling on Its carefully contoured hull paddles easily and performs reliably in smaller rivers and streams, we designed the Aurora. The Aurora is a wind and waves. It has depth in both the center and the ends, and downsized version of the Spirit II, with all that boat’s virtues, but a foot maintains ample freeboard when loaded. A great canoe for vacations shorter in length. at the lake. LenGth ROCKeR BOw CenteR SteRn GUnwaLe wateRLine MaXiMUM Efficiency 16’0” 1 ½” 21” 14” 18” 35” 35 ½” 36” Maneuverability Capacity Stability GRaPhite ULtRa-LiGht KeVLaR® ULtRa-LiGht BaRRaCUDa™ KeVLaR® FLeX-CORe tUF-weaVe FLeX-CORe ROYaLeX® Seaworthy N/A 39 lb. N/A 51 lb. 55 lb. 67 lb. Heron ROYaLeX® Color Options COMPOSite Color Options Life asks a lot of some canoes — like, be ready for anything. The Heron is a Because of it's smaller size, the Heron is a practical boat for day trips compact, maneuverable, tandem canoe that answers all requests. on lakes, while also performing well on smaller rivers and streams. It's the smallest tandem canoe in our General Touring family. Inexperienced Keep one at the cabin for the kids, or keep one for leisurely float trips paddlers like its stability, while adept paddlers appreciate its efficiency. down your favorite trout stream. LenGth ROCKeR BOw CenteR SteRn GUnwaLe wateRLine MaXiMUM Efficiency Maneuverability 15’0” 1 ¼” 18” 13” 16” 35” 35” 36” Capacity Stability GRaPhite ULtRa-LiGht KeVLaR® ULtRa-LiGht BaRRaCUDa™ KeVLaR® FLeX-CORe tUF-weaVe FLeX-CORe ROYaLeX® Seaworthy N/A 36 lb. N/A 46 lb. 50 lb. 58 lb. 18 The Prism is our most popular composite solo canoe. Incredibly Prism COMPOSite Color Options Canoe & Kayak Magazine said it well when they wrote, “The Prism is versatile, it'll take you comfortably over all kinds of waters. Blending all about glide and speed. It’s a lean boat that tracks the best of those efficiency, stability, capacity and finesse, it’s ideal for cruising with a reviewed, yet will turn quickly enough, and returns to a stable position light load, but also has the volume needed for medium-length trips. more readily than other fast canoes.” LenGth ROCKeR BOw CenteR SteRn GUnwaLe wateRLine MaXiMUM Efficiency Maneuverability 16’6” minimal 19” 12 ½” 17” 26” 29 ¾” 30 ¾” Capacity Stability GRaPhite ULtRa-LiGht KeVLaR® ULtRa-LiGht BaRRaCUDa™ KeVLaR® FLeX-CORe tUF-weaVe FLeX-CORe ROYaLeX® Seaworthy 32 lb. 34 lb. 36 lb. 44 lb. 49 lb. N/A Wilderness ROYaLeX® Color Options COMPOSite Color Options Named in remembrance of Dick Proenneke, a legendary wilderness well, paddles efficiently, carries plenty of gear and gives a dry ride in man who spent 30 years of his retired life living alone in the wilds of rough waters. Its well rounded stability and moderate rocker make it a Twin Lakes, Alaska, the Wilderness is a solo canoe that can take you far great down-river boat while inspiring confidence whether on a loaded away from it all. Brilliantly designed for extended solo trips it portages tour or evening paddle. LenGth ROCKeR BOw CenteR SteRn GUnwaLe wateRLine MaXiMUM Efficiency Maneuverability 15’4” 1 ¼” 19” 14” 17” 27” 29 ¾” 30 ½” Capacity Stability GRaPhite ULtRa-LiGht KeVLaR® ULtRa-LiGht BaRRaCUDa™ KeVLaR® FLeX-CORe tUF-weaVe FLeX-CORe ROYaLeX® Seaworthy 31 lb. 32 lb. N/A 41 lb. 43 lb. 49 lb. Vagabond ROYaLeX® Color Options COMPOSite Color Options This small, responsive, solo hull will take you out on smaller rivers and Fast, maneuverable, and quiet enough to track birds through the streams, and bring your adventurous spirit back satisfied. It’s a great backwaters. The Vagabond's small size makes it easy to car-top and choice for a first solo canoe. carry, and convenient to store. Try paddling it with a kayak paddle. It's lighter than kayaks of similar length, and easily outperforms them. LenGth ROCKeR BOw CenteR SteRn GUnwaLe wateRLine MaXiMUM Efficiency Maneuverability 14’6” 1 ¼” 16” 12 ½” 14 ½” 28” 29 ¾” 29 ¾” Capacity Stability GRaPhite ULtRa-LiGht KeVLaR® ULtRa-LiGht BaRRaCUDa™ KeVLaR® FLeX-CORe tUF-weaVe FLeX-CORe ROYaLeX® Seaworthy N/A 30 lb. N/A 38 lb. 40 lb. 45 lb. 19 Solo Plus ROYaLeX® Color Options COMPOSite Color Options For people who want both the freedom of a solo canoe and the Paddled tandem, it’s an efficient performance design that makes companionability of a tandem, we designed the Solo Plus. It works getting there together a pleasure. If you're looking to get two canoes well both ways. As a solo, it’s a stable, efficient touring hull with the for the price of one, the Solo Plus is the boat for you. capacity to carry a tent, food, sling-chair and fishing gear for a week. LenGth ROCKeR BOw CenteR SteRn GUnwaLe wateRLine MaXiMUM Efficiency Maneuverability 16’6” minimal 19” 13” 17” 29” 31 ¾” 32 ¾” Capacity Stability GRaPhite ULtRa-LiGht KeVLaR® ULtRa-LiGht BaRRaCUDa™ KeVLaR® FLeX-CORe tUF-weaVe FLeX-CORe ROYaLeX® Seaworthy N/A 40 lb. N/A 51 lb. 54 lb. 62 lb. Canak COMPOSite Color Options With a hull shape similar to that of our most popular solo canoe, the ing of canoe camping sized packs, while the slip over covers provide a Prism, the Canak is great for solo lake camping when the capacity of a dry ride no matter the weather conditions. The floor mounted sliding canoe is needed, and the touring ability of a kayak is desired. The one seat and adjustable kayak style foot braces make this boat as comfort- of a kind bow and stern storage compartments are spacious and more able as any large cockpit kayak. Chose from our eight composite accessible than standard kayak hatches for easy loading and unload- colors for the deck, the hull is skin coat. No options. LenGth ROCKeR BOw CenteR SteRn GUnwaLe wateRLine MaXiMUM Efficiency Maneuverability 16’0” minimal 16” 12 ½” 14” N/A 27" 30” Capacity Stability KeVLaR® Seaworthy 38 lb. 20 " Just days before my transplant, my wife bought "me" the best canoe in the world, a graphite Minnesota II. She said I needed to survive the transplant so I could paddle "my" canoe. Six years later we have put over 1,000 miles on the MN; thing is, mile by mile, year by year, it has become "our" canoe. " I guess that is surviving, getting back to us, not me. -Matt Garrison, NY Performance touring canoes are sleek and efficient. They track like an arrow and glide like no other canoe — perfect for paddling from the wilds of Canada’s Quetico Provincial Park to the far reaching stretches of the Amazon. From bow to stern, our performance touring canoes are ingeniously contoured for efficiency. They are longer than our general touring canoes (from 16’6” to 18’6”), slimmer (33”- 35” wide) and have average depth to shrug off wind. Arched bottoms increase the hull’s speed. They reward good paddling technique by gliding farther on each stroke than any other category of canoe. Mike Cichanowski and his daughter Heather paddle a MN II along side Dana Henry and Darren Bush on the Androscoggin River in NH. Photo: Ember Photography Minneso a 3 Designed for three paddlers and their gear, the 20-foot Minnesota 3 A sliding bow seat, fixed stern seat, and removable center seat travels faster, with less effort, than most tandems. A Boundary Waters accommodate three paddlers comfortably, and you can even add a Canoe Area campsite maximizer, the MN 3 will allow that ninth camper fourth if the whole family wants to come along. This is a fine cruising to come along while following the nine people, four canoes regulation. canoe that will hold all the gear and people you want to take. LenGth ROCKeR BOw CenteR SteRn GUnwaLe wateRLine MaXiMUM Efficiency Maneuverability 20’0” 1 ½” 20 ½” 13 ½” 17” 34” 33 ½” 35 ½” Capacity Stability GRaPhite ULtRa-LiGht KeVLaR® ULtRa-LiGht BaRRaCUDa™ KeVLaR® FLeX-CORe tUF-weaVe FLeX-CORe ROYaLeX® Seaworthy N/A 55 lb. N/A N/A N/A N/A Minneso a II Designed by legendary designer and paddler Gene Jensen, the COMPOSite Color Options They’re fast and seaworthy even when loaded with heavy gear, yet Minnesota II is the most efficient, straight-tracking, tandem tripping they’re fun to paddle lightly loaded just for the thrill of it. This boat canoe ever made. If you travel in Minnesota’s Boundary Waters Canoe revolutionized both portaging and long-distance paddling and Area or Canada’s Quetico Park, you’ll see a lot of these canoes. opened places like the Boundary Waters to many. LenGth ROCKeR BOw CenteR SteRn GUnwaLe wateRLine MaXiMUM Efficiency Maneuverability 18’6” minimal 20 ½” 13 ½” 17” 33 ½” 33 ½” 35” Capacity Stability GRaPhite ULtRa-LiGht KeVLaR® ULtRa-LiGht BaRRaCUDa™ KeVLaR® FLeX-CORe tUF-weaVe FLeX-CORe ROYaLeX® Seaworthy 42 lb. 42 lb. 46 lb. 54 lb. 58 lb. N/A Escape COMPOSite Color Options The Escape is a shorter version of the popular Minnesota II, with The Escape is a sleek performance canoe that will paddle well on similar lines and the increased maneuverability that comes along with streams and rivers, as well as on larger lakes. It has fair depth and a shorter canoe. Our medium sized performance tandem, it's a very width to hold plenty of gear, while its flared bow and extra depth at versatile craft. bow and stern keeps you dry in the choppiest waters. LenGth ROCKeR BOw CenteR SteRn GUnwaLe wateRLine MaXiMUM Efficiency Maneuverability 17’6” minimal 20 ½” 13 ½” 17” 33” 33” 34 ½” Capacity Stability GRaPhite ULtRa-LiGht KeVLaR® ULtRa-LiGht BaRRaCUDa™ KeVLaR® FLeX-CORe tUF-weaVe FLeX-CORe ROYaLeX® Seaworthy 41 lb. 41 lb. N/A 53 lb. 57 lb. N/A 22 Escapade COMPOSite Color Options The Escapade defines efficiency and superb performance in one pack light, and all people who prefer a shorter canoe. At 16'6" you can compact package. We redesigned this one in 2009, reshaping the bow add a center seat to make it a maneuverable solo, as this is the most and stern to improve efficiency, and adding more tumblehome to friendly length to switch between solo and tandem paddling. Truly a make solo paddling easier. A good fit for smaller paddlers, those who superior hull design and a great paddling canoe. LenGth ROCKeR BOw CenteR SteRn GUnwaLe wateRLine MaXiMUM Efficiency 16’6” minimal 18 ½” 13 ½” 16” 29 ½” 30” 33 ½” Maneuverability Capacity Stability GRaPhite ULtRa-LiGht KeVLaR® ULtRa-LiGht BaRRaCUDa™ KeVLaR® FLeX-CORe tUF-weaVe FLeX-CORe ROYaLeX® Seaworthy 41 lb. 42 lb. N/A 51 lb. 55 lb. N/A Voyager COMPOSite Color Options Designed for a solo paddler with big plans, the Voyager is at home on This hull is the solo version of the legendary Minnesota II — incredibly large lakes and rivers. If your looking for a Solo that'll take on the Great efficient, straight-tracking and capable of carrying two-weeks gear. Salt Lake, Lake Powell, the big reservoirs of Tennessee, or any waters Loaded or empty, it’s the benchmark boat of its class. like them, this is your canoe. LenGth ROCKeR BOw CenteR SteRn GUnwaLe wateRLine MaXiMUM Efficiency Maneuverability 17’6” minimal 19” 14” 16” 21 ½” 27 ½” 28 ¾” Capacity Stability GRaPhite ULtRa-LiGht KeVLaR® ULtRa-LiGht BaRRaCUDa™ KeVLaR® FLeX-CORe tUF-weaVe FLeX-CORe ROYaLeX® Seaworthy 33 lb. 34 lb. N/A 46 lb. 51 lb. N/A 23 Adirondack ROYaLeX® Color Options COMPOSite Color Options If you’re looking for a sleek, straight-tracking canoe that’s easy to to-moderate load. The Adirondack is also graced with excellent stability paddle and easy to handle out of the water, the Adirondack fits the bill. in most conditions. Canoe & Kayak Magazine said, “This is one smooth- Designed for day and overnight trips, it paddles efficiently with a light- paddling canoe.” Who said an efficient canoe had to be long? LenGth ROCKeR BOw CenteR SteRn GUnwaLe wateRLine MaXiMUM Efficiency Maneuverability 16’0” minimal 19 ½” 13 ½” 16 ½” 35” 34 ¾” 36” Capacity Stability GRaPhite ULtRa-LiGht KeVLaR® ULtRa-LiGht BaRRaCUDa™ KeVLaR® FLeX-CORe tUF-weaVe FLeX-CORe ROYaLeX® Seaworthy N/A 37 lb. N/A 49 lb. 54 lb. 65 lb. Sundowner 17 ROYaLeX® Color Options Adventure racing is sweeping across the nation at a phenomenal rate. With it's sleek bow, straight keel-line and shallow-arch hull, this is the Flying down rock filled rivers and ripping across miles of flat water during fastest paddling, straightest tracking Royalex hull ever designed. Ideal this intense sport is common place. So back by popular demand we are for when performance and ruggedness are required for both big lakes offering the Sundowner 17 in Royalex. and rocky streams. LenGth ROCKeR BOw CenteR SteRn GUnwaLe wateRLine MaXiMUM Efficiency Maneuverability 17’0” minimal 21” 14” 18” 34 ½” 32 ½” 34 ½” Capacity Stability GRaPhite ULtRa-LiGht KeVLaR® ULtRa-LiGht BaRRaCUDa™ KeVLaR® FLeX-CORe tUF-weaVe FLeX-CORe ROYaLeX® Seaworthy N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 67 lb. 24 " We spent 4 days in the Everglades camping on the beaches and paddling next to dolphins and sea turtles. Appreciated the Wenonah Boundary Waters canoe- great glide, large capacity and stable in the big ocean waves! -Kay Henry, VT " Northern Forest Canoe Trail Founder Sports & Leisure Canoes are designed for people with a purpose — fishermen, hunters, photographers, bird watchers and others who want a stable canoe that’s easy to maneuver and easy to manage out of the water. Sports & Leisure hulls are relatively short (17’ or less), and wide (over 36”), with at least 14 inches of depth. They have full bottoms for a solid “footprint” in the water, making them stable and secure for paddling with active children or a jumpy dog. Deep enough to haul all the gear you need, they’ll remain seaworthy in choppy water. Jason and Ben fish for Smallmouth Bass on the Canon River in Southern MN in a Wenonah Fisherman. Photo: Jake Greseth Boundary Waters COMPOSite Color Options Fishermen, families, and new paddlers will enjoy the Boundary Waters’ The bow and stern heights are low to catch less wind. Just don’t let easy paddling, super stability, and capacity. It will serve you well on an the name fool you — this boat works great on all rivers and lakes. The afternoon paddle or a two-week trip. The extra fullness throughout the Boundary Waters comes standard with curved hung web seats for middle lets you carry a lot of gear when you need to. added comfort. LenGth ROCKeR BOw CenteR SteRn GUnwaLe wateRLine MaXiMUM Efficiency Maneuverability 17’0” 1” 20” 14” 20” 36 ½” 35” 36 ½” Capacity Stability GRaPhite ULtRa-LiGht KeVLaR® ULtRa-LiGht BaRRaCUDa™ KeVLaR® FLeX-CORe tUF-weaVe FLeX-CORe ROYaLeX® Seaworthy N/A 42 lb. N/A 53 lb. 58 lb. N/A Kingfisher ROYaLeX® Color Options COMPOSite Color Options If your sporting plans call for a lot of gear, tackle, decoys and a dog, the very comfortable for larger paddlers. You can easily get in and out Kingfisher is your canoe. It’s a great boat for catching sharks and snook with your waders on and there's no need to worry about stability in the no motor zones of the Everglades or just taking the kids fishing when shooting out of this canoe. It’s two feet longer than the Fisherman for blue gills at the lake. This recreational hull is extremely stable and and has more capacity, but at 16 feet it’s still easy to maneuver. LenGth ROCKeR BOw CenteR SteRn GUnwaLe wateRLine MaXiMUM Efficiency Maneuverability 16’0” 1 ¼” 19” 13” 17” 38” 38” 40” Capacity Stability GRaPhite ULtRa-LiGht KeVLaR® ULtRa-LiGht BaRRaCUDa™ KeVLaR® FLeX-CORe tUF-weaVe FLeX-CORe ROYaLeX® Seaworthy N/A 39 lb. N/A 51 lb. 55 lb. 68 lb. Fisherman ROYaLeX® Color Options COMPOSite Color Options This short, wide canoe is stable enough to "set the screws" to a 6 The slightly rockered bottom makes the Fisherman maneuverable, pound largemouth bass exploding on your top water frog or lay back while the boat’s shallow draft will get you into places other boats only and relax in as you watch a mid summer's night meteor shower. desire to go. Keep it at camp or at the lake house. Kids and other light- weight paddlers will feel secure in the Fisherman. LenGth ROCKeR BOw CenteR SteRn GUnwaLe wateRLine MaXiMUM Efficiency Maneuverability 14’0” 1 ¼” 19” 14” 18” 37” 37 ½” 39” Capacity Stability GRaPhite ULtRa-LiGht KeVLaR® ULtRa-LiGht BaRRaCUDa™ KeVLaR® FLeX-CORe tUF-weaVe FLeX-CORe ROYaLeX® Seaworthy N/A 36 lb. N/A 46 lb. N/A 59 lb. 26 Northfork POLYethYLene Color Our polyethylene Northfork is the most durable boat we make. It’s This exceptionally stable design feels solid when the going gets made for people who demand ruggedness— fishermen and sportsmen, rough. It has plenty of capacity for weekend gear with a hull that camps and outfitters, and people who paddle rocky waters and don’t paddles easily when loaded. want to worry about damage. LenGth ROCKeR BOw CenteR SteRn GUnwaLe wateRLine MaXiMUM Efficiency 16’9” 1” 20” 13 ½” 20” 37 ½” 35” 37 ½” Maneuverability Capacity Stability POLYethYLene Seaworthy 89 lb. Southfork POLYethYLene Color The Wenonah Southfork is a smaller version of the polyethylene makes this boat a little more manageable for normal everyday use. If Northfork., constructed in Wenonah’s super durable Three-Phase-Roto- you're looking for a strong canoe at a great value, the Southfork is the mold polyethylene layup. A smaller size and a little less weight boat for you. LenGth ROCKeR BOw CenteR SteRn GUnwaLe wateRLine MaXiMUM Efficiency 15'8” 2” 21” 13” 21” 36 ½” 35” 36 ½” Maneuverability Capacity Stability POLYethYLene Seaworthy 83 lb. 27 Backwater ROYaLeX® Color Options COMPOSite Color Options The Backwater square stern canoe is for sportsmen with motorized Sized for two people and a load of gear, it works great for duck hunting intentions. The rigid aluminum and wood mounting bracket makes for shallow backwater marshes or float fishing rocky rivers. Available in quick and easy addition of a small motor. our ultra tough Royalex or light weight composite constructions. LenGth ROCKeR BOw CenteR SteRn GUnwaLe wateRLine MaXiMUM Efficiency 15'0" 1 ¾" 19 ½” 16” 17 ¼” 41” 37 ½” 41” Maneuverability Capacity Stability GRaPhite ULtRa-LiGht KeVLaR® ULtRa-LiGht BaRRaCUDa™ KeVLaR® FLeX-CORe tUF-weaVe FLeX-CORe ROYaLeX® Seaworthy N/A 52 lb. N/A 64 lb. 70 lb. 79 lb. Fusion ROYaLeX® Color Options The Fusion is a uniquely designed solo blending features of both a standard and allows for hours of comfort. The Fusion runs drier and canoe and kayak for recreation and fishing. It can be paddled with a holds more gear than any fishing kayak, while keeping all your gear double or single blade paddle and its foot controlled rudder makes readily accessible. Designed for personal accessorization of rod holders maneuvering a cinch. The padded seat with high back rest comes and storage trays for a truly customized craft. Rudder is optional. LenGth ROCKeR BOw CenteR SteRn GUnwaLe wateRLine MaXiMUM Efficiency 13'0" minimal 15 ½” 12” 15” 31” 28 ½” 31” Maneuverability Capacity Stability KeVLaR® BaRRaCUDa™ ROYaLeX® Seaworthy 30 lb. 32 lb. 46 lb. Wee Lassie The Wee Lassie is a classic Adirondack-style solo canoe, from back in The floor-mounted seat includes a height and angle adjustable back the day when different regions of the country favored distinct styles. rest for comfort and paddling ease. Because the hull has little depth it It’s a civilized canoe that takes well to smaller lakes and rivers like those performs well with a kayak paddle and at 27 pounds, the Wee Lassie found in the northeast. is one of the lightest canoes you’ll ever find. LenGth ROCKeR BOw CenteR SteRn GUnwaLe wateRLine MaXiMUM Efficiency 12’6” minimal 16” 12” 16” 27 ½” 24” 27 ½” Maneuverability Capacity Stability KeVLaR® BaRRaCUDa™ Seaworthy 27 lb. 29 lb. 28 " I just got back from a 9 day canoeing holiday, and just wanted to let you all know how much I love my Prospector 15. " Such a great all arounder. -Tim Watson, Wales, UK Our versatile Down River canoes give you a solid advantage in all kinds of moving water, from the shallow sweeps of prairie rivers like the Niobrara to the meandering currents of smaller rivers like the Root River, which carves a path through the blufflands of southeast Minnesota. These versatile boats differ in capacity, but all have at least two inches of rocker, generous flare to the sides and depth in the hull. More rocker equals greater maneuverability — a valuable characteristic in moving water. It also softens the effects of crossing sharp eddy lines, where contrary currents tug at your canoe. Down River canoes are also buoyant enough to run dry in lesser grade rapids and stable and seaworthy enough to not be bothered by external forces when handling quick moving waters. Adam and Amanda paddle a Prospector 16 down the Root River in S.E. MN. Photo: Jake Greseth Prospector 16 ROYaLeX® Color Options COMPOSite Color Options The original Prospector was a river-running boat known as the work to turn. Because of the symmetrical shape of the hull, a solo paddler horse of the North. This proven down river hull is our version of the loaded with gear could make good progress by turning around in the classic design, and the closest thing to the original that money can buy. bow seat and paddling backward. The Prospector 16 comes standard It’s a stable hull for rivers and streams — with ample rocker, it’s quick with curved hung web seats for added comfort. LenGth ROCKeR BOw CenteR SteRn GUnwaLe wateRLine MaXiMUM Efficiency Maneuverability 16’0” 2 ½” 25” 15” 25” 36” 33” 37” Capacity Stability GRaPhite ULtRa-LiGht KeVLaR® ULtRa-LiGht BaRRaCUDa™ KeVLaR® FLeX-CORe tUF-weaVe FLeX-CORe ROYaLeX® Seaworthy N/A 40 lb. N/A 52 lb. 56 lb. 68 lb. Prospector 15 ROYaLeX® Color Options COMPOSite Color Options We designed the Prospector 15 especially to maneuver easily, carry This Prospector is one-foot shorter and slightly wider than our ample gear and run dry through lesser whitewater, such as rapids and Prospector 16. It has a steeply rockered hull for extreme maneuverability, riffles that are common on small winding rivers. Yet you’ll be pleased extra depth for confidence, and plenty of stability. The Prospector 15 with its performance on the lakes, as well. comes standard with curved hung web seats for added comfort. LenGth ROCKeR BOw CenteR SteRn GUnwaLe wateRLine MaXiMUM Efficiency Maneuverability 15’0” 2 ½” 24” 14” 24” 35 ¾” 33” 37” Capacity Stability GRaPhite ULtRa-LiGht KeVLaR® ULtRa-LiGht BaRRaCUDa™ KeVLaR® FLeX-CORe tUF-weaVe FLeX-CORe ROYaLeX® Seaworthy N/A 38 lb. N/A 48 lb. 52 lb. 59 lb. Argosy ROYaLeX® Color Options COMPOSite Color Options The Argosy is made for solo exploration of rivers and streams, whether It has added depth and volume to handle rough water and even paddling the Missouri River at dawn or running the riffles and eddies of whitewater, and plenty of rocker in the keel for maneuverability. The the Shenandoah. It’s nimble enough to carry you through cross currents Argosy’s ability to lean predictably in tight turns builds confidence. and over eddylines. We recommend it to intermediate and advanced paddlers. LenGth ROCKeR BOw CenteR SteRn GUnwaLe wateRLine MaXiMUM Efficiency Maneuverability 14’6” 2 ½” - 1” 18” 13 ½” 16” 27” 27” 30 ¼” Capacity Stability GRaPhite ULtRa-LiGht KeVLaR® ULtRa-LiGht BaRRaCUDa™ KeVLaR® FLeX-CORe tUF-weaVe FLeX-CORe ROYaLeX® Seaworthy N/A 30 lb. N/A 43 lb. N/A 47 lb. 30 " The Wenonah Cascade was the clear choice as we prepare to paddle and portage nearly 1,400 miles of wild rivers in Alaska " and Canada's Yukon Territories. -Dave Freeman, MN North American Odyssey www.northamericanodyssey.com In swift rivers, rocky creeks, swollen flowages and wherever the water runs wild, our Whitewater canoes keep you high and dry, while delivering the joy and exhilaration that drew you out there. These tough canoes are the real deal, with steeply rockered keel lines (2” to 3”) for superb maneuverability, whether you’re slipping down rocky Class III waters in Wisconsin or plunging down the big open flows of the West. The shallow arched hulls are contoured for final stability in hard leans, while the deep hulls and flared bow and stern sections keep the water outside where it belongs. Heather Cichanowski and Kay Henry ride the rapids of the Androscoggin River in a Wenonah Cascade. Photo: Ember Photography Cascade To take on big brawling wilderness rivers like the Yukon or the Flathead, ROYaLeX® Color Options It has a deep, flared hull to run dry, a heavily rockered keel line for you need solid skills and a very capable, capacious canoe. The Cascade maneuverability, exceptional buoyancy, and capacity. Fully rig the is Wenonah’s largest whitewater tandem suited perfectly for extended Cascade with float bags and tie down straps to make it the ultimate whitewater trips. whitewater assault canoe. LenGth ROCKeR BOw CenteR SteRn GUnwaLe wateRLine MaXiMUM Efficiency Maneuverability 17’6” 2” 21” 15” 20” 36 ½” 33 ½” 36 ½” Capacity Stability GRaPhite ULtRa-LiGht KeVLaR® ULtRa-LiGht BaRRaCUDa™ KeVLaR® FLeX-CORe tUF-weaVe FLeX-CORe ROYaLeX® Seaworthy N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 75 lb. Rogue ROYaLeX® Color Options To maneuver among the rocks, holes and standing waves of the Our shortest whitewater canoe, we’ve given the Rogue more depth to famous North Carolina whitewater destinations or the costal rivers of run dry, a flared bow for extra buoyancy and a highly rockered keel to Oregon and California you need a boat that can power turn in small maneuver in technical and flowing rivers. It's our most exciting ride in spaces, like the Rogue. the whitewater family. LenGth ROCKeR BOw CenteR SteRn GUnwaLe wateRLine MaXiMUM Efficiency Maneuverability 16’0” 3” 24 ½” 16” 23 ½” 35 ¼” 33” 36” Capacity Stability GRaPhite ULtRa-LiGht KeVLaR® ULtRa-LiGht BaRRaCUDa™ KeVLaR® FLeX-CORe tUF-weaVe FLeX-CORe ROYaLeX® Seaworthy N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 69 lb. Rendezvous ROYaLeX® Color Options This whitewater hull is a zesty play boat when it’s empty or lightly Its unique shape and tumblehome make for effective paddling. This loaded, and a workhorse when packed for solo whitewater trips. agile, seaworthy canoe performs brilliantly on technical rivers, huge The Rendezvous runs dry, is buoyant in the bow, and has plenty of open flows, and everything in between. freeboard. LenGth ROCKeR BOw CenteR SteRn GUnwaLe wateRLine MaXiMUM Efficiency Maneuverability 15’8” 2 ½” 21” 15” 20” 28” 29” 31” Capacity Stability GRaPhite ULtRa-LiGht KeVLaR® ULtRa-LiGht BaRRaCUDa™ KeVLaR® FLeX-CORe tUF-weaVe FLeX-CORe ROYaLeX® Seaworthy N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 59 lb. 32 " The Encounter was fast, reliable and held all the gear I needed for the 3,305 mile journey down the Missouri River. A fantastic boat that more than exceeded my expectations. -John McFarland, CA " If you dream of exploring Baker Lake in the Arctic or heading to the far reaches of the Quetico, take a look at our Expedition canoes — they turn dreams into tangible realities. These long, deep hulls are built to go the distance and perform well under all kinds of conditions. They have the ability to hold heavy loads and are contoured for efficient paddling when packed full. They’re seaworthy when wind and spray kick up, so your gear stays dry. Stephanie Park and Jonathan Pratt paddled the entire Canadian coastline of the Great Lakes in a Wenonah Itasca. www.freshwaterdreams.ca Photo: Stephanie Park Itasca COMPOSite Color Options The Itasca is a tandem performance touring canoe that’s built to carry The wide midsection of the Itasca’s 19-foot hull allows for big loads, expedition gear through wind and waves. This long, seaworthy hull yet makes paddling easy because the sides curve in at the gunwales tracks superbly, carries loads and glides far — it’s the right boat for to allow an easy reach to the water. The standard wood gunwales extreme exploring, coastal touring and week long adventures. add strength and beauty to this unique design. LenGth ROCKeR BOw CenteR SteRn GUnwaLe wateRLine MaXiMUM Efficiency Maneuverability 19’0” 1 ½” 21 ½” 15” 19” 36 ½” 34 ¼” 37” Capacity Stability GRaPhite ULtRa-LiGht KeVLaR® ULtRa-LiGht BaRRaCUDa™ KeVLaR® FLeX-CORe tUF-weaVe FLeX-CORe ROYaLeX® Seaworthy N/A 49 lb. N/A 61 lb. 65 lb. N/A Encounter COMPOSite Color Options Go ahead, plan your trip — circumnavigate Prince Edward Island, or Roomy enough for large people and buoyant enough for heavy cruise the St. Lawrence to the sea. The Encounter was created for long, loads, the Encounter is a specially engineered craft. But it’s engineered solo expeditions with ample gear. It tracks straight and carries weight for comfort, too — with the standard sliding bucket seat and foot easily over rough water. braces, you can easily adjust the canoe to fit you and your load. LenGth ROCKeR BOw CenteR SteRn GUnwaLe wateRLine MaXiMUM Efficiency Maneuverability 17’0” minimal 19” 14” 16” 25” 29” 31 ½” Capacity Stability GRaPhite ULtRa-LiGht KeVLaR® ULtRa-LiGht BaRRaCUDa™ KeVLaR® FLeX-CORe tUF-weaVe FLeX-CORe ROYaLeX® Seaworthy N/A 38 lb. N/A 48 lb. 54 lb. N/A 34 PRO LITE ELBOW The unique blend of composite To see the whole line of Wenonah materials make this paddle incredibly stiff, light, accessories, apparel, and price info visit and aesthetically appealing. www.wenonah.com. For info on replacement parts 8 5/8 Blade, 10° Offset, Lengths: 50", 51", 52", 53", 54", Un-cut or to order call 507-454-5430 M-F 8-4:30pm CST. Weight: 14 oz. TIE - DOWN STRAPS Use with a rack or foam blocks. BLACK JACK CARBON 12' strap. Heavy duty, padded This Ultra-light elbow is made from buckle. Sold individually. the highest grade all-graphite content making it exceptionally light and stiff. 8 5/8 Blade, 12° Offset, Lengths: 50”, 51”, 52”, 53”, 54”, Un-cut FOAM BLOCK KITS Weight: 11 oz. 4 foam blocks, 4 S- hooks, 2 gutter hooks and nylon tie down ropes. Specify; for BLACK LITE ELBOW composite canoes or An ideal all graphite bent shaft Royalex® canoes. paddle for performance and recreational use. 8 5/8" Blade, 10° Offset, Lengths: 50", 51", 52", 53", 54", Un-cut Weight: 15 oz. DELUXE FOAM BLOCK KITS 4 foam blocks, two 13' over-the-hull straps, two BLACK LITE STRAIGHT extra-long 18' two-piece The all graphite straight-shaft version bow/stern tie-downs with of the Black Lite paddle is lighter than cam buckles, and storage the top-of-the-line wood paddles and more durable. duffle. 8 5/8" Blade, Lengths: 50", 51", 52", 53", 54", 56", Un-cut Weight: 17 oz DOUBLE POCKET PADDLE BAG BOUNDARY WATERS Heavy-duty nylon, padded bag This general touring elbow with handle and zipper. Two paddle has a Urethane tipped blade pockets hold two 56" canoe with a layer of fiberglass and resin on both paddles or a 2 pc kayak paddle. sides for extra resistance to damage. 8" Blade, 12° Offset, Lengths: 50", 52", 54" Weight: 23 oz. BOLT-ON SLING STYLE PADS Bolt-on mounting with easy side-to-side adjustment by QUETICO loosening the bolt. 1lb. Durable elbow paddle designed by Mike Cichanowski. A great paddle for touring and wilderness tripping. CLAMP-ON YOKE PADS 8" Blade, 10° Offset, Lengths: 48", 50", 52", 54" Pads clamp on firmly and can Weight: 22 oz. be placed where you like. Two pads. 1 lb. CORMORANT This high quality straight REMOVABLE YOKE FOR SOLO CANOES shaft is an excellent all-around paddle. Light weight aluminum with sling style pads. 7" Blade, Lengths: 52”, 54”, 56", 57”, 60” Adjustable side-to-side. Available for bucket and Weight: 20 oz. web seats, hung and pedestal mount. 2 lbs. LIVERY PADDLE A favorite of canoe liveries, also great for anywhere a paddle would receive rough handling. Aluminum shaft, plastic blade and hand grip. 7 ¾" Blade, Lengths: 51", 54", 57", 60" Weight: 30 oz. 35 WHITE WATER OUTFITTING FLOTATION BAGS ADJUSTABLE THIGH TIE DOWN STRAP KIT FOR Made of tough nylon/vinyl and STRAP SYSTEM FLOTATION BAGS offered in different sizes. Please Kit comes with two 2" wide 50 ft. lacing with 2-center specify your Wenonah model adjustable thigh straps with straps, 2-end straps, 6-D- BOOKS AND DVDS Fastex® buckles, four adjustable rings, 28 eyelets, washers when ordering. Visit www.wenonah.com to see our anchors and knee pad set. and screws. full line of books and DVDs. BACKSAVER FOLDING FOOT BRACE KNEELING PAD BACKREST Aluminum footbrace 1/2” thick high Made exclusively rivets to any hull and density foam for Wenonah by is fully adjustable for knee pad. Cush-Gear. Adjusts paddler size. Available 31.5”x11.75”. in height and angle in natural and black for a comfortable fit. aluminum. Folds down for storage. Specify solo or tandem and bench or bucket seat. Silver or black aluminum. LIFE JACKET CANOE NECKLACE A straight forward yet Hand crafted, canoe or comfortable PFD with kayak necklace created padded shoulder straps by northwoods artist highlighted with reflective Rik Pauli. Sterling silver BUCKET SEAT BACKBAND trim. No buckles to fuss pendants on a nylon Attaches to crossbars on with and the open sides sport-cord. our side mounted bucket provide freedom of movement seats. Not recommended and cool venting. for floor mounted or sliding seats. CLAMP ON OAR LOCKS These heavy duty Sea Eagle SUPER SEAT Oar Locks work on any CANOE CADDIE Easily strap to seat Royalex Wenonah Canoe Compact, collapsible, and adjust for angle. with vinyl gunwales. and the axle-less frame Available for bench and clears many obstacles. bucket seats. 8 lbs. MAINTENANCE & REPAIR INFLATABLE SEAT PAD We have a variety of Self inflating nylon maintenance and repair kits for your canoe. HEAVY DUTY covered seat pad with Visit our website CANOE CART buckle straps. Fits bench for more information. Perfect for larger and seats. heavier canoes for use in rough terrain. Carries up •SKID PLATE KIT to 300 lbs. 9 lbs. BUCKET SEAT CUSHION •SCRATCH AND GOUGE REPAIR KIT 3/8" thick, slip over foam pad fits our bucket seat. •FIBERGLASS REPAIR KIT TIN SIGNS •KEVLAR REPAIR KIT A Wenonah trademark, visit www.wenonah.com •GEL-COAT REPAIR KIT to see our full tin sign DROP-IN SEAT collection. •ROYALEX TOUCH-UP SPRAY Quick, temporary way to add a seat for a third •SPF-50 FIBERGLASS HULL FINISH person or to paddle a tandem solo. Telescopes •303 UV PROTECTANT 32-38". Gunwale clamps sold separately. 36 T he Northern Forest Canoe Trail (NFCT) links the waterways of New York, Vermont, Québec, New Hampshire and Maine. NFCT offers Maine’s Allagash Wilderness Waterway is on the Northern Forest Canoe Trail. Photo: Ember Photography maps, books, and web-based tools to help you connect to a 740-mile paddling route that traces a fascinating history from early Native Americans through European settlers. NFCT also introduces you to the places and people that make waterway destinations along the route in the Adirondacks and Northern New England inviting and exciting today. The trail provides extensive opportunities for canoe and kayak recreation with a variety of flat, swift, and whitewater, as well as a range of rivers, streams, and lakes. Vibrant communities along the way offer inns, B&Bs and camping facilities, as well as other recreational and heritage attractions. Such a combination makes a great paddling destination for an afternoon, a vacation, or a lifetime! To learn all about the Northern Forest Canoe Trail, order maps, and plan your trip visit www.northernforestcanoetrail.org or call 802-496-2285. We Proudly support the Northern Forest Canoe Trail & the Boundary Waters Canoe Area CANADA Quetico Provincial MN T he Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCA) is a 1.25 million acre wilderness that extends 200 miles along the border of Minnesota and Canada and is only accessible by canoe and kayak. Featuring over 1200 miles Park WI Lac La Croix of canoe routes, the BWCA is a canoe campers dream playground. Containing Saganaga Lake thousands of lakes, it is the ancient home of the Souix and Chippewa, the 53 stomping grounds of the French-Canadian voyageurs, and the rendezvous site BWCA BOUNDARY WATERS that brought them all together. CANOE AREA Ely Grand Marais 169 61 1 Today, up to 180,000 paddlers a year visit the BWCA seeking adventure, Superior recreation, and the rhythm of the past. MINNESOTA National Forest Lake Superior To learn about the Boundary Waters Canoe Area visit www.bwca.com. Plant manager Mark Amunrud paddles a Prism on Knife Lake in the BWCA. 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Shipping Scott Schultz Diane Buswell Royalex Production Company Controller Mike Looman Shipping Manager Jim Kaiser N.E. Sales Rep. Diane Buswell Deb Welch Company Controller Purchasing Manager Jeremy Smith Peter Whaley Torry Moore Accessories Manager Canada E. Sales Rep. S. Central Sales Rep. Jake Greseth Creative and Marketing Dana Henry Sales and Support Bill Kueper Vice President Mike Cichanowski The Cichanowski Daughters Owner/Founder and Granddaughters Allison Christianson Customer Service Thanks for the years.
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