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Canoes

Whether you call it a kayak, boat, or canoe, a ride on the water makes for a fun-filled summer day. Often the terms are interchangeable, but there is actually a difference between a kayak and a canoe: mainly, a canoe is more open than a kayak. Slicing through the waves is both a good way to exercise and a good way to relax and get away from the worries and stresses of the day.

Take a Friend Along

Whether you want to float along the water on your own or with a friend, there is a design for you. A two-person canoe is ideal for taking along a friend. What's more, having two people onboard makes paddling easier because you are sharing the load with a buddy.

What's in a Name?

The name ''Canadian canoe'' is just that: a name. Open touring canoes got the name because the style first came out of Canada.

Fishing Trips Made Easy

One of the biggest benefits to owning a smaller fishing vessel is the ease of moving it from your home to your favourite fishing spot. Instead of having to tow it behind your vehicle, simply put it in the back of your truck or strap it to the top of your car. Getting there and unloading is just as much of a breeze.

Material That Last for Years

Aluminium canoes were the standard for decades and are still a favourite among many rowers today. Fibreglass composite is another popular material because it offers a more efficient and quieter ride than other materials. What's more, fibreglass is easy to repair if an accident should happen. Lastly, a fine wood canoe is both a work of art and a delight to paddle. Handcrafted wood construction makes the boat surprisingly versatile from lake to river expeditions.

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