291 High Road (Rt. 1A)
Newbury, MA 01951
978-465-0312

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Canoe Brands in Stock

canoe-palm-gripWe have canoes from these fine companies:
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  • Wenonah Canoe logoWe-no-nah  At Newbury Kayak and Canoe we have an excellent selection of USA made We-no-nah canoes in stock.  We-no-nah canoes come from a small, innovative family owned company that has its sole workshop on the banks of the Mississippi River in southeast Minnesota.  Founded by Mike Cichanowski, a lifetime paddler and canoe builder, We-no-nah builds some of the finest, lightest canoes on the market.  Come to Newbury Kayak and Canoe to heft one for yourself.  Honestly I would rather carry the We-no-nah Wee Lassie canoe we have in stock than carry groceries in from the car.  Maybe dinner should wait!
  • Lincoln-logo-optLINCOLN  New England Made LINCOLN canoes are hand-crafted, light-weight beauties.  Made just up the road in Amesbury, MA, LINCOLN canoes are a delight to paddle and to look at.  Constructed from the highest quality technical fabrics they are a delight to put in, take out, and portage too!
  • Grumman logoGrumman  Canoes that fly!  Not exactly, but Grumman Canoe was the inspiration of William Hoffman, of Grumman Aircraft, after hauling wood and canvas canoes on an Adirondack fishing excursion.  In 1945 Grumman Aircraft Engineers, the top manufacturer of stretch aluminum carrier-based aircraft during WWII, built its first canoe.  Over the years the company came under the roof of the Marathon Boat Group (thus the name on the website) but the canoes are still the same wonderful, reliable boats; light, manageable, and nearly indestructible.  Come north of Boston to Newbury Kayak and Canoe to see our Grumman canoes in stock.  If you want a canoe, double-end or square stern, to last a lifetime, get a Grumman.mad-river-wenonah

Hours:
Thursday, Friday 12:00-5:00, Saturday 10:00-5:00

Newbury Kayak and Canoe

291 High Road (Rt. 1A)
Newbury, MA 01951
978-465-0312

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