LINCOLN – Kayaks Made in Massachusetts
Newbury Kayak and Canoe is proud to carry LINCOLN Kayaks and Canoes. Based in Amesbury, MA, Lincoln has been manufacturing lightweight canoes and kayaks since 1959. Lincoln continues to lead the way in using the latest technologies and materials to create some of the finest small crafts on the market. A breeze to paddle and beautiful to look at, their carbon, kevlar and fiberglass boats are hand crafted, with custom colors available. Come to Newbury Kayak and Canoe to see and test one today.
Newbury Kayak and Canoe carries the full line of Lincoln Kayaks.
Isle Au Haut (New Design): Designed for acceleration and glide, the Isle Au Haut is a terrific choice for someone looking for power and efficiency on both day trips and longer expeditions.
Schoodic (New Design): The Schoodic is a great fit for smaller paddlers looking for a highly efficient kayak that is also incredibly lightweight and playful on the water.
Quoddy Light: This beautiful new addition to the Lincoln line-up is perfect for the everyday paddler who prefers a kayak that is a bit smaller, fits a small paddler nicely and is easy to handle.
Chebeague: At 14′ 6″ and hosting a tighter cockpit. The Chebeague LV has all the features and benefits of long touring kayaks but in a shorter, lighter weight package.
The Seguin: The Seguin is designed to be playful in nature without compromise to efficiency and handling in all conditions. Born through a collaborative effort between Lincoln Canoe and Kayak and The Landing School, one of Maine’s preeminent marine industry programs, we are pleased and proud to introduce this new kayak to the paddlesports market.
Two Lights Tandem: The Two Lights is a sleek, fast-tracker and it’s lighter than some single kayaks. The design offers two roomy cockpits, bow and stern compartments for additional gear. Rudder included.
Little Diamond: The Little Diamond is a recreational kayak. At 10′ 10″ it is the smallest of the LINCOLN family but still paddles smoothly. A great fit for bird watchers, photographers, fishermen or anyone looking for a highly maneuverable, stable platform to explore their waterways.
Big Diamond: An extra two feet on its shorter sibling allows for a tracking advantage and its very spacious (50″) cockpit allows for ease of access for gear and that delicious lunch you packed.