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Exclusive: Wenonah Manufacturing Best-Selling Spirit II In T-Formex

Wenonah Canoe is currently in the pre-production phase of their Spirit II in T-Formex, and has plans to produce seven models in Esquif’s long-awaited Royalex…

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The Man Behind the Sawhorses

Down a dusty country road, on a rolling hill overlooking the Otonabee River, sits the Bear Mountain Boats workshop, the workplace and home of Ted…

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Profile: Canoe Builder Will Meadows

Twelve months, a dozen countries and a nearly lost art learned in each. It was a dream come true for Cincinnati-native WILL MEADOWS. Last year,…

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Captive Canoemaker

“The lake was ours,” wrote Konstantin Schwartz in his diary, recalling the moment he and a comrade paddled out of the reedy shallows and into…

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Profile: Birchbark Builder

“I don’t paddle unless I have to,” says Pinock Smith with his characteristic wry smile. For the Algonquin Indian, canoe building is all about the…

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Monsters, Inc.

James van Nostrand had no grand ambitions when an outfitter from Prince Rupert, B.C., commissioned him to design and build North America’s longest canoe. In…

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Supermodel Canoes

The storied poetry of master builders laying cedar strips on an antique form to build a canoe is still present in the manufacture of today’s…

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Traditional Canoe Building: Afloat Again

The dugout slices neatly through the still grey water. Sleek and streamlined, it is 34 feet long and shaped from a single red cedar log. I am paddling with…

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