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1550C Description

Whether you're out tackling a rushing stream or a glass-calm lake, a first timer or professional outfitter, a Grumman versatile double-ender is the right choice. Its wide beam and low profile gives stability and reduced wind resistance. And the double-ender is available in various light and standard weight models, 13 to 18 feet. A 17 ft. heavy-duty version is built specifically for camps and outfitters. Choose standard or shallow draft keels built to meet the needs of flat water canoeists or whitewater challengers.

1550C Specs and Features

  • Seating Configuration: Solo
  • Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate
  • Skill Level: Beginner, Intermediate

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1550C Reviews

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I own two of these. One is a…

Submitted by: paddler797482 on 6/14/2020
I own two of these. One is a 1974, the other is a 1981. Both are in great shape, which a testimony to their longevity. They both sit outside in my back yard. Maintenance consists of hosing them out each Spring. They are used on lakes, large rivers and narrow creeks. I pole them, paddle them, row them, and sail them. I have 7 canoes and 4 kayaks, but this pair of Grummies get used the most. Great boats!

This canoe seems to be the…

Submitted by: paddler514212 on 6/7/2019

This canoe seems to be the standard workhorse of every boyscout camp. I have owned one for over two decades and when not abused like in summer camps or rentals, it still looks almost as good as new. As virtually indestructible and no maintenance other than cleaning, this is an investment to plan to hand down across generations.