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The Olek Doba Kayak Mission Nears Completion

Under threatening twilight skies, sea kayaker Aleksander Doba arrived in Port Canaveral, Fla., yesterday at 7:20 p.m., after a 5,400-mile crossing of the Atlantic Ocean that began Oct. 5, 2013 in Lisbon, Portugal.

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Seneca

04.30.2003

the Seneca is a performance-oriented day touring kayak from Liquidlogic with a Swedeform design and a faceted hull. It’s 15 feet 6 inches long and 23.5 inches wide, and weighs 52 pounds. $1,025. (828) 698-5778; www.liquidlogickayaks.com.

Heritage

04.30.2003

The Heritage Featherlite Angler is designed for fishing comfort and ease of use. It’s 9 feet 5 inches long and 30 inches wide, and weighs 37 pounds. $479. (401) 253-3408; www.heritagekayaks.com.

Express

04.30.2003

Mad River’s Express Borealis was designed for extended wilderness paddling. It’s shown here with the new Mad River IQ gunwale system that allows unlimited placement of accessories. The boat is 17 feet 7 inches long and 32 inches wide. $1,999 to $2,399. (336) 434-7470; www.madrivercanoe.com.

Prodigy

04.30.2003

Bell Canoe Works has a new whitewater canoe designed by David Yost and Bob Foote. The Prodigy is 11 feet 17 inches long and weighs 42 pounds. $1,000 bare boat, $1,320 with Mike Yee Outfitting. (763) 856-2231; www.bellcanoe.com.

Canoe Kayak Magazine Covers

04.12.2003

Archive Canoe Kayak Magazine Covers

Endangered Rivers

04.11.2003

A proposal to drain three hundred square miles of wetlands and scour more than one hundred miles of river bottom has landed Mississippi’s Big Sunflower River at the top of the 2003 America’s Most Endangered Rivers list, released April 10 at a series of press conferences across the country. Two rivers facing severe water shortages, […]

Enter Photo Contest

04.09.2003

We are accepting submissions for the 2004 Canoe & Kayak Magazine Amateur Photo Contest. Deadline is Friday, Oct. 10, 2003. Entries should be sent to Photo Contest, PO Box 3146, Kirkland, WA 98083-3146. Send original slides or high-quality prints. Prints will not be returned. Please include your full name, address, phone number, and e-mail address […]

Illinois Paddlers Seek Access

04.08.2003

Paddlers in Lake County, Illinois, are seeking a lake site where people can launch and paddle their own canoes and kayaks. While the Forest Preserve District has done a great job creating access points on the Des Plaines River, they have only two lakes where canoes and/or kayaks are allowed – and they must be […]

What Mom Didn’t Tell You About the Bow

04.05.2003

I love paddling the bow of a tandem canoe! Whitewater, flatwater, racing-doesn’t matter. The most action can be in front. Since I’m a pretty big guy, it is difficult to find a partner to balance the trim when I’m in front. So I’m mostly stuck in the second seat of a canoe. Therefore, as a […]

California Creekin’

04.04.2003

High-quality whitewater, blue skies, and smooth granite–California rivers were made for paddlers. It is home to some of the best rivers and creeks in the world. The Sierra Nevada is host to an endless amount of whitewater–classic river runs, steep tributaries, first descents, and multi-day self-support trips. If you are a whitewater paddler, California has […]

Pennsylvania

03.31.2003

KITTATINNY CANOES Dingmans Ferry, PA 18328 800-Float-KC Website: www.kittatinny.com Award winning, the first and largest outfitter on the Delaware, with 62 years experience in providing quality service and equipment. Our bases are strategically located to insure the most diverse river trips, river front camping and paintball. Kittatinny offers, custom trips, group discounts, learn to canoe […]

Sprint Worlds

03.25.2003

As many as 800 athletes from 65 participating countries will converge on Lake Lanier in Gainesville, Georgia, in September, for the 2003 Sprint Canoe/Kayak World Championships. The championships, the first ever held in the United States, will be the biggest event to come to Lake Lanier since the 1996 Olympics. In addition to the participating […]

Choosing the Right ASA

03.21.2003

Problem: You are still taking pictures with your faithful film camera and haven’t moved on to digital. Given the many different film types, what kind should you use? It really depends on your desired end result. If you want to give shows to your friends, then you should pick slide film. If you’re working on […]

Boating in the Backcountry

03.21.2003

It is quarter to nine, dinner is cooking, and fantastic pink and purple castle-building clouds hide the sunset. Stopped by the wind about two and a half miles from the put-in on Lake Kontrashibuna, in Alaska’s four-million-acre Lake Clark National Park and Preserve, our group of four is camped on a small beach littered with […]

What Mom Didn’t Say About The Bow

03.20.2003

I love paddling the bow of a tandem canoe! Whitewater, flatwater, racing-doesn’t matter. The most action can be in front. Since I’m a pretty big guy, it is difficult to find a partner to balance the trim when I’m in front. So I’m mostly stuck in the second seat of a canoe. Therefore, as a […]

Crossing Quetico

03.15.2003

Canoeing through a landscape of interconnected lakes and rivers, wide-open sky, and forest primeval, modern-day voyageurs traverse Ontario’s venerable Quetico Provincial Park during the onset of autumn, when few other paddlers are there to witness its beauty. My little Kevlar canoe, patched with duct tape as a result of a long-ago wrap around an ill-placed […]

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