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Boat Type:OC1   Boat Length:8'
Manufacturer:Esquif   Boat Width:27"
Designer:Mark Scriver, Andrew Westwood, Paul Mason, Joe Langman and Jacques Chassť   Boat Volume:
Year:2005   Boat Weight:42 lbs
Material:ABS   Boat Category:Rec
Primary Use:Creeking   Cockpit Size:
Secondary Use:River running   Depth:16"
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Description:
Esquifs hot new creek boat
User Comment:
Esquif's hot new creek boat...rumor has it you can roll it and only have 3" of water in the boat. Images are of Louie showing us how it's done in a prototype. From the Esquif website (with permission): The Taureau was designed by Mark Scriver, Andrew Westwood, Paul Mason, Joe Langman and Jacques Chassť named after the Taureau River, a renowned steep creek in the Laurentians Mountains north of Quebec City. It is responsive, dry, quick and playful creeking and free-riding open canoe. This boat is vacuum molded in polyethylene and is very tough and durable. It has planing hull with released chines and as a freestyle/freeride boat, it will surf and spin a steeper wave, and stay drier than any open boat. It has lots of volume in the ends and a unique deck to boof and handle steep gradient. It is stable and predictable. It will attract C-1 creek boaters as well as the most extreme open boaters.
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