A classic Prospector is probably the best all-around wilderness tripping canoe ever. This extended length version is often seen on expeditions in the Yukon and Canadian Arctic. It can carry substantial amounts of gear and grub, keep you and your stuff dry in non-technical white-water, and tracks well on lakes. It’s also a great choice for those who want to do shorter trips in high style or with the whole family on board.
- Made of a light lay-up of Aramid Twaron, vacuum infused with vinylester resin to create a void-free hull. Light enough to make portages almost a pleasure.
- Seats are ash with nylon lacing.
- Ash carry handle, thwart, and balanced yoke.
|Ideal for||Canoe tripping|
|Hull material||Aramid Twaron|
The depth of the boat at the front of the cockpit, measured from the inside bottom of the boat to the inside top.
The bow height is the distance from the bottom of the hull to the top of the gunwale measured at the bow of the boat.
The rocker is the degree of upward curve along the bottom, from one end of the canoe to the other.