Boat Book – Soar Inflatable Canoes
Each week, we highlight companies in Canoe & Kayak’s 2010 Boat Book. Today, we look at the 2010 designs of Soar Inflatable Canoes. Stay tuned next week for more from our Boat Book.
$1745 in Hypalon / neoprene.
L:12′; W: 40″; 52 lbs.
The versatility of the S12 is amazing: It offers the most gear-carrying capacity and the best performance on solo, multi-day trips. It’s a great playboat on whitewater, and a fun boat for two people to explore calm water. Highly rated as a yacht tender too, with a self-bailing option.
$1945 in Hypalon / neoprene
L: 14′; W: 40″; 62 lbs.
High performance is what you can expect from the S14. From calm water to whitewater, day trips to multi-days, the S14 will satisfy all of your on-water adventures. As a solo tripper, the S14 excels with heavy loads in all kinds of moving water. Paddled by two people, the S14 can dance down the river!
$2145 in Hypalon / neoprene
L: 16′; W: 40″; 72 lbs.
A canoe classic. The S16 began revolutionizing wilderness river travel in the early 1990s. Tough, rugged, reliable, very maneuverable and capable of carrying 1000 lbs, the S16 has been field-tested in the world’s most rugged terrain. Two people can explore for weeks! Rowing frame, motor mount and sail kit are also available.
$2345 in Hypalon / neoprene
L: 15′; W: 48″; 80 lbs.
Bigger tubes, bigger water! The Canyon paddles like a dream and rows even dreamier. Fast and precise on the water with both light and heavy loads.
$2695 in Hypalon / neoprene
L: 16′; W: 48″; 86 lbs.
The canoe that has revolutionized float hunting in Alaska. The Pro carries the big payload. Extra D-rings, side handles, and factory-equipped Row Saddle D-rings make this the best small craft for carrying 1500 lbs. of gear. Excels in both shallow and technical water.