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Prelude

Prelude

The Prelude is a short responsive boat with lots of volume that evolved from Frankie Hubbard’s Ocoee. It was originally molded by Pyranha but is now rotomolded by Esquif in Canada. It has more speed then the Spanish Fly and Taureau and is very dry. It has the performance of the shorter creek boats but with gunnels and a deck it has the look of a traditional canoe.

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Technical specifications

Construction:    Polyethylene

Length:    2.87 m (9’ 5” )

Width:    63.5 cm (25”)

Depth:    38.1 cm (15”)

Shape:    Shallow Arch

Rocker:    12.7 cm (5′) bow, 12.7 cm (5”) stern

Gunwale:    Vinyl

Colour:    Orange

Weight:    22.23 kg (49 lbs)

Carrying capacity  : 120 kg (264 lb)

Outfitting:    Factory-installed, Wood gunwale

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