17'
Length
36"
Width (in)
85
Weight (lb)
$2,469
MSRP

1750CS Description

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1750CS
5

Like many other I have owned…

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Like many other I have owned several canoes and most were fun and usable. The colman I had was not great. Had a flexible bottom and really didnt track well. Fast forward 20 years and we found a used 1750CS online dirt cheap with a motor, trailer, and trolling motor in mint condition ($750). We have used it regularly now for over a year. And what a boat it is. Being a hard core kayak guy we were not taking much with us to save weight. Over time we have realized it's true capabilities. We take everything we need and dont even think about weight. When I go solo I take 2 batteries to aid in balance. Allows me to sit in the back and with our 35 pound thrust trolling motor and a single type 27 battery it has a range of over 10 miles with wind and current. The withlacoochie river can have some strong current. This boat will run up or down current no problem. Will run 5mph on high into the wind. A true expedition class craft. Were we fish they charge $5 to park a trailer, but no charge to park a vehicle. So we load her stern first in my short bed truck and put a flag on the bow. We or I can unload from the boat ramp in minutes. We absolutely love this boat. Easy to run trot lines from and great for drifting and trolling as well. This is the last canoe we will ever own. Unless a 19 footer happens to show up cheap. It also paddles great single or double. Up current or down.

1750CS
5

we have a grumman 17ft in the…

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we have a grumman 17ft in the family since 1949.. using paddles at first, the sail in fla. and now with a trolling motor in georgia... since age has its hand on me i now transport it on a small trailer .. none better unless its 2 together..

1750CS
5

I've had many canoes over the…

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I've had many canoes over the years. Cedar Geislers, Fiberglass Old Town and a Detroit Boat Works canvas that dates to 1910. A few years back I bought a 17' Grumman with two factory installed wings at the waterline. It has a square back for a motor. It is heavy! I have spoken to Marathon Boats in New York state but they have no records of ever making this kind canoe. I even spoke to an employee that worked there back in the Grumman days. He said he kind of remembered some experimentation that was going on in the 1950's or 1960's with this type of craft. It rides well and is very stable. I sure wish I could find out more about it. It's an attention getter and my outings always take extra time to show folks this unique craft.

1750CS
5

Purchased it in 1970 to take…

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Purchased it in 1970 to take to the Boundary Waters. Life and starting a family interfered until 1984. Spent many days on the rivers and lakes around Mpls/St Paul and Wisconsin. The canoe never let me down. Now it sits chained to my fence because at 71 I can no longer lift and put on my auto. It has only some rock scrapes on bottom. Now looking for something smaller and lighter. A also in the Grumman line. It is a good all around canoe.

1750CS
5

Great aluminum riveted canoe…

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Great aluminum riveted canoe that paddles true, is lightweight, can fit the whole family plus enough gear for multiday trips! The square back is great for trolling motor hookup for longer or solo trips that may not be easy to paddle. The stability is good enough even if the kids want to look over the sides as you paddle! And to top it all off they used to be made local to where I grew up here in Central Florida!