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"TOTE 'N BOAT",The Folding Canoe. Fits In The Trunk Of Your- Car. 48" x 14" x 4"

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A durable, solid-side, two person canoe, that fits in the trunk of your car.Outdoor enthusiasts, campers and rv-er’s have many opportunities to enjoy leisure time on the water.Unfortunately, they don’t always have room to carry a boat! A Pennsylvania inventor has come up with a unique idea that makes a boat available whenever you need it.

His craft, called a “Tote ‘n Boat,” comes in a box just 4”x 14”x 48” which is so compact it stores easily in a limited space. Weighing only 32 pounds it can be handled and transported without a struggle. Assembly takes about 10 minutes and the result is truly amazing.

The “Tote ‘n Boat”, officially classified by the U.S. Coast Guard as a canoe, is nearly 10’ long and with a load capacity of 450 pounds is suitable for two average size adults.

The hull material is a high-impact polypropylene originally developed by NASA for the U.S. Aero-Space industry. Incredibly, when assembled this sturdy canoe has no open seams and therefore no possibility of leaking.

“The “Tote ‘n Boat” is not in competition with other canoes and boats on the market,” explains company spokesman Jacque Phillips. “The target audience for the “Tote ‘n Boat” is outdoor enthusiasts and camper, trailer or rv owners who occasionally want to take full advantage of the lakes and waterways they encounter in their travels. And, of course, without the hassles of boat trailers or roof racks.”

The company plans to introduce the “Tote ‘n Boat” at the Eastern Sports and Outdoor Show in Harrisburg PA in February and is working with several major retailers to distribute them. At a price of only $299 there should be a lot more folks enjoying the water in the future.

For further information visit their website at:


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