The Discovery 133 is a versatile sporting canoe with an assortment of unique features. Paddle it tandem from the bow and stern web seats, pole it solo, or row it effortlessly from the center and forward oar sockets. You can even outfit it with Old Town's motor mount and a small outboard, making remote fishing spots just minutes away. As your needs vary, the patented Discovery 133 is a dependable choice for strength, flexibility, and lightweight manageability. With our 3-layer hull construction and a keeled design, and featuring a wide beam for rock solid stability and exceptional carrying capacity, the Discovery 133 is well-suited as a fishing and hunting boat, and could be equally useful as an outdoor photographer's workboat. Click here to read more information.
Compact and fun to paddle, the Discovery 119 has been a long time favorite. Like the others in the series, this solo canoe is agile, stable and easy to handle. It's even well-suited for a double-bladed paddle. And thanks to our construction process, it's tough without being too heavy. Let the Discovery 119 help you explore new territory. Click here to read more information.
For over 30 years the Discovery 158 has been one of our best selling canoes. If you’re looking for a tough and rugged canoe, the Discovery 158 is it! Our Three Layer construction is designed to take a beating. But, the Discovery 158 is also designed to perform well on the water. Agile, stable and easy to handle, the Discovery 158 is a nice choice for the outdoor enthusiast.Click here to read more information.
At nearly 17 feet, the Discovery 169 is the longest in the Discovery series. Designed to go long distances, the Discovery 169 performs efficiently even when it is loaded with gear. The three layer construction is designed to take a beating. The Discovery 169 is a great choice for the recreational paddlers who may aspire to go longer distances or may need additional room and load capacity. Click here to read more information.
A classic Old Town design from 1903 featuring state-of- the-art, durable three-layer polyethylene construction, the Charles River series offers a steady, easy-to- paddle hull with beautiful, unmistakable lines. Click here to read more information.
Named after the Native Americans that inhabited Old Town, Maine, since before recorded history – and from whom we’ve gained immeasurable boat-building knowledge – the Penobscot pays homage to their superb craftsmanship, design and navigational skills. The Penobscot’s nearly plumb ends, shallow arch bottom and slight rocker have made it a sleek, nimble tripping canoe for solo or tandem paddlers. Made from three layer polyethylene, the Penobscot 164 is built to be durable and tough. Nimble and quick the Penobscot 164 can run rivers with the best of them. Click here to read more information.
The longest canoe in the popular Penobscot series, the 174 can track and glide through the water with ease. Made from three layer polyethylene, the Penobscot 174 is built to be durable and tough. An aggressive canoe with a hull designed around pushing the limits. Even when loaded down with gear, the Penobscot 174 is an efficient ride when paddling longer distances. Click here to read more information.
Our popular Guide 147 represents a breakthrough in design and construction that provides a durable, stiff and affordable canoe. With its unique cross-section and stabilizing chines, the Guide 147 delivers exceptional stability, as well as rugged durability. And its sharp entry provides a surprisingly efficient paddling canoe. Stable enough for fishing or nature watching, yet versatile enough for family outings - all at an affordable price! Click here to read more information.
At 16’ the Guide 160 is known for its durability. This popular canoe features a unique cross-section and stabilizing chines which allow the Guide to deliver exceptional stability. Its sharp entry provides a surprisingly efficient paddling canoe. Stable enough for fishing or nature watching, yet versatile enough for family outings the Guide 160 is a great option for recreational paddlers. Click here to read more information.