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Caillou Boats

Caillou Boats

Designed with the classic lines of sailing canoes from the 1800s but built with modern day technology, Caillou Boats have the capability of a kayak and the ease of use of a small sailboat. Lightweight but durable, these boats are the perfect marriage of style and functionality. There are three models available: the Okume ($10,457) with a mahogany deck and fiberglass hull, the Glass ($7,450) which is made from polyester resin and biaxial E glass and features solid mahogany trimmings, and the Teak ($12,760), crafted from solid teak with a hand-oiled or natural finish. Accessories include cane backed chairs ($155), a fishing rod holder ($125), Greenland style kayak paddles ($200), and a Sail rig ($850) so you can sit back and let the wind do the work.

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