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This canoe now lives in Vienna, ME at the Kimball Pond Boat Barn. Would like to give away a project that i believe to be a Kennebec canoe (see heart shaped decks) in dire need of help. See the attached pics. It was acquired some years ago here in the Waterville, ME area where the Kennebec Canoe Company originated. More
Thompson Hiawatha wood and canvas canoe. 17 feet long. Recently restored by John Visser. Located in Central New York State - buyer must pick up near Herkimer, NY. Selling, as she is a little heavy for my cartop needs. Email email@example.com and phone (315) 868-7054.
I have for sale a 1912 Old Town HW that has been completely restored. The usual woodwork; some ribs, gunwales, seats as well as canvas, paint and varnish. It is an excellant paddler and I have used it a couple of times on trips to the Adirondacks.
Chestnut Oglivy Henry 16’ canoe built for standing in for the hunter or fisherman. Beautiful design, very stable for family as well. This is a flat-bottomed, straight-sided modest rocker…slow and steady. Price lowered to $1,000 or best offer on 11/23/18
I have had this canoe for 40 yrs always stored inside I was told years ago it was custom built it is cedar ribbed and planked overlayed with fiberglass.The seats have been recaned and new gunwales installed the hull paint is faded otherwise it is ex cond. I have the original build sheet it was born in 1969
This replica model follows the styling and specifications of the original Chestnut Prospector and is constructed with white cedar ribs, western red cedar planking, and ash decks and gunwales. It has a spruce carrying yoke and hand-caned ash seats. The hull is canvas covered and finished with a quality marine paint in traditional red, accented with brass stem bands.