Christine waves hello from the fore section of our 16 foot Kevlar canoe.

Are Kevlar Canoes Worth It? (A Kevlar Canoe Owner’s Advice)

When you’re on the hunt for either your first canoe or a replacement canoe, research will always lead you to the question of what material is best. Canoes typically come composed of fiberglass, plastic, wood, kevlar, aluminum, canvas (over a frame), or other synthetic fiber composite materials. Any canoeist worth their salt will mention the …

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Can Canoes Sink? We find out why and offer some great solutions to prevent it here in this article.

Can Canoes Sink?

Going canoeing is both a fun and rewarding endeavor. Sliding over the waters in such a smooth and relaxing style is a past time that many of us benefit from after our long days at work or office. And during a pandemic, having some peace of mind out on the water is something we could …

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Geneinno S1 Underwater Scooter is shown in this image.

The Geneinno S1 Trident – An Underwater Scooter For High-Speed Adventure

Swimming and snorkeling are always fun to do from your boat. And underwater scooters bring acceleration and excitement to swimming in a way little else can. There are many underwater scooters, but it is crucial to select the best and most durable underwater scooter to help you enhance the thrill of your underwater adventures. And …

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A v-hulled small boat sits peacefully at sunset in this photo.

How To Make A V-hull Boat More Stable – Increasing Watercraft Stability

Sometimes running a V-Hull boat can feel like the boat just isn’t stable.  It’s true when it comes to high-speed deep planing v-hulled boats that only really feel stable when at speed.  Semi-planing hulls may be more suited to stability at lower speeds than the deep planers, but there must be a way to get …

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