More than just watercraft, our wooden boats, kayaks and canoes represent connections to a legacy of craftsmanship and old world techniques!
|Material||Canadian western red cedar, mahogany, fiberglass, epoxy|
|Dimension||240.5L x 19.75W x 13.25H Inches|
For the kayak racing fan, we bring you this one-of-a-kind showpiece that will win you the race and get you noticed. Designed to be fast, graceful and look beautiful, this boat took over 500 hours to construct. Hand joined cedar and hardwood planks coated with fiberglass resin ensure that it is both durable and incredibly strong.
The design is intuitive as it tracks fast with barely any wind resistance. The cockpit sits low enough to provide optimal stability while still being large enough to comfortably accommodate a racer’s legs.
Keep race pace while excelling in all areas in this amazing handmade kayak. Generations of boat building know-how and woodworking skill certainly cannot be wrong.
This 20.5 feet kayak (240.5 inches) has the following measurements:
|Length||240.5 inches (over 20 feet)|
|Bow Height||11.25 inches|
|Cockpit dimension||33 x 16.5 inches|
|Weight||About 60 lbs|
|Capacity||up to 550lbs|
- Stunning beautiful clear graded cedar and hardwood hull
- Fiberglass adds important tensile strength and abrasion resistance to the wood
- Come with a show graded set of wooden paddles.
How we build our perfect kayak, canoe & boat
Spyglassshop is invested in the type of construction that recalls generations of boat making. Our commitment has always been and will continue to be, to excellence, to tradition and to creating products that you can enjoy both for their performance and incredible beauty.
Inspired by history, the names of our watercraft are derived from the northern waterways where natives and settlers have used them for centuries. Merging centuries-old customs with improvements in technology, we bring you boats that excel in every category.
Beginning with pliable, high quality Canadian cedar and hardwoods, our craftsmen hand join each individual strip. Hundreds of hours go into the construction of our boats, as perfection is the only option. Once built, the piece is encapsulated in fiberglass epoxy resin adding an extra layer of durability and strength. At last, the water craft is ready for its nautical debut.