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Any suggestions on a stable canoe (14ft) would probably do the trick, that is lightweight enough for one guy to load ontop of a Dodge Durango?  Not the strongest dude in the world, and loves his Durango too much to scratch her so I'll be needing something fairly light.  Price, well under $400 would be GREAT

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"Light" and under $400 for a new canoe, is not likely to happen.  I have a 14' Old Town canoe with a flat bottom. Great for fishing out of.  It weighs in at 59 lbs.  I can load it on top of my suburban by myself, but it is not easy.  If it did not have the luggage rack on top, I would not be able to load it solo.  By the way it cost nearly $600 14 years ago.  I have seen some inexpensive canoes at Dick's and Gander Mtn. stores, but I do not know how much they weighed.

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You won't find a quality canoe for what you want to pay unless you buy a old used one.

www.castlecraft.com

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