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Prospector 15

15' 2"
Length
53–60
Weight (lb)
MSRP

Prospector 15 Options

  • Prospector 15 - Fiberglass Composite

    60 lb
    Fiberglass Composite
  • Prospector 16 - Expedition Kevlar Composite

    59 lb
    Kevlar/aramid Composite
  • Prospector 15 - Kevlar/aramid Composite

    53 lb
    Kevlar/aramid Composite
  • Prospector 15 - Fiberglass Composite

    60 lb
    Fiberglass Composite
  • Prospector 15 - Kevlar/aramid Composite

    53 lb
    Kevlar/aramid Composite
  • Prospector 15 - Expedition Kevlar Composite

    55 lb
    Kevlar/aramid Composite

    Prospector 15 Description

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    5

    We bought the fibreglass…

    Submitted by: paddler236622 on 12/29/2015
    We bought the fibreglass version of this canoe in 2002 its seen a lot of use since then and held up very well, it's heavy for the portages, I really start to feel it on anything over a km. Nonetheless it has served us well on many trips up to a week long. Our family has grown in the last few years and we are finding the 15 ft. too small now, plus we have a better idea of what we want in a canoe now compared to when we bought this one. Our next canoe will be longer, asymmetrical and much lighter!! ... I can't ever see us getting rid of this one, it'll be good for day trips and fishing in the future I think.
    5

    I got this well used Scott…

    Submitted by: Gripper on 9/24/2014
    I got this well used Scott canoe a few years back and love it. It tracks well (even with a plethora of patch work, some mine) and holds a lot of camping gear. I love how well it maneuvers and usually one of the fastest canoes on the lake. It's Kevlar, so fairly light and very easy to portage the Ink Lake portage in Algonquin or farther. Will keep patching her up and hand it down to my boys.