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RECREATION CANOES

Discovery 119

Compact and fun to paddle, the Discovery 119 has been a long time favorite. Like the others in the series, this solo canoe is agile, stable and easy to handle. It's even well-suited for a double-bladed paddle. And thanks to our construction process, it's tough without being too heavy. Let the Discovery 119 help you explore new territory.
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Specs

Material:Three Layer Polyethylene
Length:11'9"/ 3.6 m
Width:32.5" / 82.6 cm
Width at 4" Waterline:31" / 78.7 cm
Bow Height:19" / 48.3 cm
Depth:13.5" / 34.3 cm
Weight:49 lbs / 22.2 kg
Max Load Range:450-500 lbs / 204.1-226.8 kg
Suggested Retail:$699.99 USD

Hull Characteristics

Features

  • Comfortable and durable nylon web seats
  • Designed for solo paddling and well-suited for a double-bladed paddle
  • Durable, yet lightweight
  • Vinyl gunwales
  • Ash thwarts
  • Comfortable carrying handles
  • Extremely durable three layer polyethylene
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Shallow Arch Bottom

Shallow arch bottom canoes have less initial stability than flat bottom canoes, but tend to have higher secondary stability. As the canoe is leaned to one side, it will balance better and resist further tipping. Shallow arch canoes are a great all-around canoe but tend to perform best in choppy water, waves and whitewater.

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Straight Sides

Straight-sided canoes are a compromise between flared sides (increased secondary stability) and tumblehome sides (narrower beam at deck for easier reach to water). Straight sides are a great option for most recreational users.

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Moderate Rocker

From a side view the canoe has only a slight banana shape while sitting on a hard surface. Moderate rocker in a canoe means it will turn easily on the water but can also track well for short to longer distance paddling.

COLLAPSE

YOUR OLD TOWN ADVENTURES

Bonaventure River Canoe Trip with the East Grand School
image1Students through the East Grand School's outdoor education program in Danforth, Maine taking part in annual week long canoe trip on the Bonaventure River, Gaspe Peninsula, Quebec. We take seven days and six nights on the river which features numerous class I-II rapids, lots of lively water, great scenery, deep clear pools and opportunity to get away from it all the busyness of life! Best time to paddle is in June.