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OC1: Carbon Length: 20.76′ Beam: 15.15” Hull Weight: 19 pounds for carbon Ama Weight: 4 pounds Iatos weight: 2 pounds Total weight rigged: 24-25 lbs
OC1: Hybrid Length: 20.76′ Beam: 15.15” Hull Weight: 25 pounds Ama Weight: 4 pounds will let you know the hybrid one Iatos weight: 2 pounds Total weight rigged: 29-31 lbs
Traditional V1: Fiber glasss Length: 24.18′ Beam: 13.39” Hull Weight: 26 pounds Ama Weight: 10 pounds Iakos weight: 2 pounds Total weight rigged: 38-40 lbs
Traditional V1: Carbon Length: 24.18′ Beam: 13.39” Hull weight: 18 pounds Ama Weight: 4 pounds Iakos weight: 2 pounds Total weight rigged: 24-26 Ibs
V6 Matahina Hybrid Length: 42.82′ Beam: 22.08” Hull Weight: around 220 pounds Glass Ama Weight: 28 pounds Carbon Ama Weight: 18 pounds Wood Iakos weight: 24 pounds Carbon Iakos weight: 16 pounds Total weight rigged: 250 lbs (Carbon Ama and Iakos)
V6 Matahina Fiberglass Length: 42.82′ Beam: 22.08” Hull Weight:around 250 pounds Glass Ama Weight: 28 pounds Carbon Ama Weight: 18 pounds Wood Iakos weight: 24 pounds Carbon Iakos weight: 16 pounds Total weight rigged: 280 lbs (Carbon Ama and Iakos)
For some, it can be a bit of a challenge paddling a hydrodynamically fine-tuned canoe — at first. That’s where our team comes in. We provide tutorials and clinics and help you learn the rudiments of pure paddling performance. Once you master these skills, your paddling will never be the same. You’ll feel “at one” with the water. And, even more gratifying, you’ll feel at one with yourself.
There’s a reason our canoes win races — the racers who paddle them. But there’s also a reason so many racing teams and individuals paddle our canoes. The equation is simple: The more time we put into building canoes to win races, the less time you’ll spend reaching the finish line. Striving to perfect our process results in better performance — exhilarating speed and the effortless glide that comes with it.
We don’t just make outriggers; we strive to make them better, through precision craftsmanship, taking into account the smallest details, fit, and finish. Because the smallest thing can influence speed and performance. To build a racing canoe, you better have a builder who has raced outriggers—and won. We do. There’s no substitute for engineering excellence combined with firsthand experience. The result is satisfied customers.
We pride ourselves on research and development, striving for improvement by constantly challenging our standards and trying to improve our process. We take time to precisely design and engineer the hull, cockpit, and ama of our canoes and factor in all the variables of water, wind, and weight. We believe there is no such thing as failure, only lessons that teach us what won’t work — and what will work even better. That’s how we work and why our canoes work for so many customers.