This boat does it all. A tandem canoe designed to perform well in whitewater and flatwater. Suitable for extended trips and up to class III whitewater. With deep ends and slight rocker, this boat paddles effortlessly loaded or unloaded. Can also be paddled solo.
Length: 16'2".  Width: 33".  Weight: 45 lbs.


Flattened shallow arch hull. Asymmetric rocker, more in the stern. Extremely rocker. Great for solo or tandem use.
Length: 15'    Width: 26"    Weight:  36 lbs.

M.E. (Solo or tandem)

A classic whitewater canoe designed by John Berry.  Suitable for solo or tandem use, racing or river running.

Length: 15'2"  Width: 29"  Weight: 38 lbs.



A slalom racing, river running canoe with a flattish shallow arch like the Howler. Faster, with more control. It's also extremely dry paddled solo.

  • Length: 15'1"
  • Width: 27"
  • Depth: 16"
  • Weight: 37 lbs.


 This is a slightly smaller version of the Coho. Symmetrical hull. Originally designed by Ed Hayden for poling. Very stable. 3" of rocker in each end for the first 3' to 4'.

Length: 15'4" Width: 32" Depth: 12.5" Weight: 47 lbs. 


A general purpose boat with an slightly asymmetrical shallow arch hull. Slightly rockered, very stable. Originally designed by Ed Hayden for poling.

  • Length: 15'6"
  • Width: 35"
  • Depth: 12.5"
  • Weight: 48 lbs.