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Product DescriptionThe Adventure 16 Canoe provides stable paddling performance for both the entry-level paddler and those looking for a reliable family canoe. Its design is well-suited to a casual family paddle trip around the lake, early morning fishing or even an overnight trip. The multi-chine hull design delivers stability, rigidity and excellent tracking; a shorter hull length means easier handling and transport. Extended decks offer protection from sun and spray while a rolled gunwale provides extra rigidity. Adjustable comfort seating system on bow and stern seats use contoured EVA foam for increased comfort and grip. Center bench seat adds seating for a third paddler. Rotomolded from the same durable material as Wilderness Systems kayaks, Gen2 high-density polyethylene. Design features generous tumblehome which allows canoe to be paddled easily with standard canoe paddles or longer kayak paddles (230cm+). Multiple beverage holders and storage trays are included for paddler comfort.
• Molded seats
• Center seat
• 6 Cupholders
• 3 Gear trays
• Padded seats
• Adjustable padded backrests
• 2 Mesh pockets
• Padded carry handles
• Weight: 84 lbs.
• Length: 16'0"
• Width: 37"
• Capacity: 950 lbs.
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Q:Is it stable enough to stand up and fish?Asked on 7/9/2012 by rick
Q:Is it made in the USAAsked on 6/27/2012 by 11b 60gun from indiana
Q:how is it for river canoeing ?Asked on 6/25/2012 by Tom from Minnesota
Q:Will it remain floating if swamped? At what point does it risk sinking completely?Asked on 7/18/2010 by dadeyo from Placentia, CA
A:Yes. Foam inserts under seats assist in keeping afloat.Answered on 1/13/2011 by mocanoedad from stlouis,mo
A:Yes, foam inserts under seats assist when swamped.Answered on 1/13/2011 by mocanoedad from st. louis, mo
Q:can u put a trolling motor on it?Asked on 6/21/2010 by Anonymous
A:Yes, up to 50 llbs. thrustAnswered on 7/19/2010 by river rat from Austin