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.
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Nylon web seats
Comfortable carrying handles
Ash thwart and yoke
|Number of Paddlers
||Three Layer Polyethylene
||16 ft 3.96 in | 5 m
||37.5 in | 95.3 cm
|Width at 4" Waterline
||33.75 in | 85.7 cm
||20.25 in | 51.4 cm
||14 in | 35.6 cm
|Assembled Boat WeightThe boat’s weight including everything Old Town supplies with the boat - Hull, Hardware, Seat, Accessories and Motor/Pedal console (when applicable).
||75 lb | 26.7624 kg
|Total Weight CapacityThe total weight a boat can support on the water including everything – the Assembled Boat, People, Gear, Dog, Motor/Pedal Console (when applicable) and 75 lb. Lead-acid Battery (when required).
||1250 lb | 567 kg
|Usable Weight CapacityThe weight that is left for People, Gear, and Dog after accounting for the weight of the Assembled Boat and 75 lb. Lead-acid Battery (when required).
||1175 lb | 532.98 kg