General Touring canoes are versatile boats that do everything well. For people who look forward to day trips with the family, fishing, easy weekend adventures, or a week spent camping, our General Touring canoes are the best choice.
Stable, maneuverable and able to haul a fair amount of gear, these canoes build confidence in developing paddlers. They vary in length from 15 feet to 18 feet, but all have generous width and depth, a shallow-arch bottom and 1 or 2 inches of rocker.
Life asks a lot of some canoes - like be ready for anything. The Heron is a compact, maneuverable tandem canoe that answers all requests.
For exploring, fishing, day-tripping with your family, and paddling on smaller rivers and streams, we designed the Aurora. The Aurora is a downsized version of the Spirit II, with all that boat's virtues, but a foot shorter in length.
As a solo, it's a stable, efficient touring hull with the capacity to carry a tent, food, sling-chair, and fishing gear for a week. Paddled tandem, it's an efficient performance design that makes getting there together a pleasure.
Available in our state of the art composite materials and layups, the 17 Wenonah displays lines similar to the classic wooden hulls built in the early 1900's. A great general use, canoe camping, and family boat with a unique look and storied past, the 17
Like a Swiss Army Knife, the Spirit II does everything. As efficient as a long-hulled canoe and as maneuverable as a short one, the Spirit II strikes a balance between all good things. Roomy enough for Boundary Waters style trips, it's even more stable wh
A larger, more stable version of our versatile Spirit II, the Champlain has the efficiency and capacity to haul heavy loads long distances, but is also pleasant to paddle lightly loaded. The Champlain is one of our largest tandems.
For three-person paddling adventures, few canoes perform like the Seneca. Seneca's great initial stability and efficiency turn you into a harmonious paddling team.