Guide 147 Canoe
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OLD TOWNGuide 147 Canoe

Model # 8709156 | Mfg # 01.6501.0060UPC # 759239286616

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Guide 147 Canoe

Name Value
Color Green
Features Carrying Handles
Carrying Yoke
Best Use Recreation
Hull Construction Thermo-Formed
Capacity 883 Pounds
Length 14'7"
Material Three Layer Polyethylene
Seat Type Contoured with Adjustable Backrests
Weight 74 Pounds
Width 38"
Type Thermo-Formed
Warranty Details One Year

Product Overview

A family fun canoe made of low-maintenance polypropylene

Stable enough for fishing or nature watching, versatile and durable enough for family outings, the Guide canoes offer a unique cross-section and stabilizing chines for exceptional stability and rugged durability. Its sharp entry makes for surprisingly efficient paddling. The hull is constructed of PolyLink3, using three-layer linear polyethylene technology for stiffness, low weight and built-in flotation at an affordable price. With a foam core that provides built-in flotation and insulates against cold and noise, these canoes are stiffer and more durable than single-layer canoes with keelsons. Each canoe features black vinyl gunwales, polyethylene deck with grab handles, contoured seats and an ash carrying yoke.

  • Application: Fishing, recreational
  • Length: 14'7"
  • Boat Beam: 38"
  • Weight: 74lb.
  • Capacity: 883lb.
  • Hull Material: PolyLink3
  • Hull Construction: Three-layer linear polyethylene technology
  • Deck Features: Polyethylene decks with grab handles, stained ash carrying yoke, black vinyl gunwales
  • Seat(s): Two
  • Available Accessories: Paddles, sold separately
  • Warranty: One year
 WARNING: Operating, servicing and maintaining a recreational marine vessel can expose you to chemicals including engine exhaust, carbon monoxide, phthalates, and lead, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. To minimize exposure, avoid breathing exhaust, service your vessel in a well-ventilated area and wear gloves or wash your hands frequently when servicing this vessel. For more information go to


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