A canoe that cries out to be taken down great Yukon or arctic rivers, laden with a month’s worth of supplies. Or out on your local lake, carrying you, your partner, the kids and dog, plus everything needed for a long weekend. The Prospector’s substantial volume keeps you and your gear dry running lumpy water. It performs well on non-technical rivers, yet still tracks well on lakes. The gunwales are now mounted from beneath, making for a clean look that also keeps the screw heads out of the elements.
- Made of Aramid Lite, which offers greater structural strength at less weight than traditional Aramid. Light enough to make portages almost a pleasure.
- Equipped with wood trim, ash seats with nylon lacing, ash handles, thwarts and custom-cut end plates.
|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.