Souris River Q-16 Solo

Q-16 Solo - Comes with Souris River's Clip-out Yoke as seen on left. You simply pull two safety style pins and the yoke drops out of the way. Current Q-16 Solos as on lefthave the thwart located up front with the seat a bit back further. This canoe will paddle comfortably without a counter weight up

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The Quetico 16 has been the foundation of Souris River's sensible canoe hull designs. It offers very good stability and exceptional speed for a 16" canoe. It has excellent glide, payload capacity and is very user-friendly. It can do a 5-7 day canoe trip with ease. Covers a wide variety of uses from general paddling to fishing, puddle jumping to crossing big Sag. It's Bob Cary's favorite canoe ( he won't even sit in any other hull). It has a good track/turn ratio and portages like the wind.  Has the same overall characteristics of all Queticos and is a stable canoe.  However, the Quetico 17 & 18.5 are both a bit more stable due to increased size and flatter bottoms in the center of their hulls.  Bow and sterns entry and exit in the water is exactly the same in all Quetico hulls.

Layups Available:   Duralite, Kevlar, Le Tigre Kevlar, and Carbon Tec.
Payload is 850 lbs. with a good working load of 400 to 650 lbs.
Flat bottom in center of canoe with shallow arch towards ends.
All layups made with premium & flexible epoxy resin
Solos beautifully from the front seat (face backwards)
Rides up and over rough water, not through it.
Prices & Spec's

Souris River Canoe Information from Red Rock at Ely, MN:
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2006 Spec's & Prices
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Quetico 17
Quetico 16
Quetico 18.5
Wilderness 18
Q-16 Solo
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Last Revised -March 18, 2006