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Devoted to the joy of floating on slow moving, flatwater, rivers on an innertube, focusing on rivers in the Southeastern United States.

Robert Faubert is a professional adventure sports photographer specializing in capturing whitewater kayaking, rafting, and canoeing upon film. Samples are shown.

Information on paddling the lakes, rivers and provincial parks in Northwestern Ontario, Canada.

How to pack, carry and cook outdoor meals for kayaking and canoeing trips. Includes sample recipes.

Offers information, articles and reviews about lightweight canoeing and kayaking.

Information on how building Euro and Greenland paddles, wood strip kayak construction, glassing, and extensive photographs.

Free oar plans with photos.

Personal summaries of building kayaks, canoes, paddles, and cradles. Includes a how-to section with in-depth discussions of a few building and outfitting techniques, including deck fittings, a fiberglass seat and the use of underdeck bungees to secure hatch covers.

Summary of building an 18 foot surf canoe. Includes project log, materials list, and summary of the construction steps.

Chronicles the construction of a cedar-strip canoe with detailed comments and pictures. Includes boatbuilding links.

Includes photos and build records of several canoes, particularly the Hiawatha model built on an original Thompson Brothers form. Also features weight comparison for wood and canvas construction versus modern materials, tips for building a seat with a mast ring, and photos of a canoe rigged up for sailing.

Focuses on building sea kayak using traditional Inuit methods in Nunavut, Canada.

A step-by-step account of building a cedar-strip canoe

Links to participants, libraries, photo galleries, video promotions, tips, and feature articles.

Provides information on open canoes, technique, equipment, wilderness travel, freestyle, and white water. [German and English]

Information and photos of canoe designs by Gene Jensen.

A guide to canoeing, paddlesports, gear and destinations.

Natalie and Ann, graduates of St. Olaf College, will be the first two women to paddle a canoe from Minneapolis, Minnesota to York Factory on Hudson Bay.

Offers canoe tours and rental, as well as guided tours and camping in the wilderness or a log cabin. Based in Sweden with trips throughout Scandinavia.

Offers rental and transportation for canoe trips on the Kishwaukee River, near Chicago. Fully-outfitted group trips and wilderness camping available.

Offers various canoeing trips on the Mohican River. Hours, water level and map. Loudonville, Ohio, USA.

A livery service in Wharton State Forest, New Jersey, USA. Reservations, prices and river information.

Offers canoeing, kayaking, and camping for families as well as for larger groups. Trips range from 1 to 6 hours. Custom trips are also available. Located along the Tallapoosa River in Cleburne County near Heflin, Alabama, USA.

Offers canoeing, kayaking, and tubing trips through Turkey Run and Shades State parks in west-central Indiana, USA. Trips range from hour floats to overnight adventures.

A full service canoe livery that rents canoes, kayaks, and inner tubes. They run river trips on the James River and Maury River near Lexington, Virginia, USA. Specialize in day and multiday canoe camping trips.

Canoe and kayak rentals. Camping trips on the Wisconsin River in Spring Green, WI.

Sail, snorkel, and paddle the Wailea coast in a Hawaiian outrigger canoe. The tour includes snorkeling with sea turtles, seasonal whale watching, and learning Hawaiian history and culture.

A resource for canoe campers on the beginner to intermediate level. Outdoor gear, how to cook in the outdoors, choose a canoe, and locations.

Offers tours on the Klarälven River using Canadian canoes or expedition sea kayaks. Sweden.

Offers various canoeing trips on the Tippecanoe River. Hours, trips and map. Winamac, Indiana, USA.