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Silverbirch Broadland 15 | Duracore Plus

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Inspired by the classic Prospector the Broadland has been designed as a really versatile boat that will inspire confidence. 

Silverbirch aimed for a design with excellent primary and secondary stability and achieved this with a flatter mid section to the hull but with enough rocker to allow for manoeuvrability.  These features along with other more subtle changes to the hull shape makes for a great boat for families looking for an easy to use canoe or more experienced paddlers wanting a nice boat to paddle.  It can be paddled either in tandem or solo thanks to the symmetrical shape. 

The Broadland 15 is outiftted with vinyl gunwhales, webbing seats, plastic end caps and a carrying yoke as standard but is also available with Ash gunwhales and endcaps, a kneeling thwart and upgraded seats.

Duracore Plus is  Silverbirch's tough and durable 3 layer PE comprising of an outer layer of high density PE,  a high density foam core and medium density PE inner layer. Specialised roto moulding techniques combine to form a hull with the best weight stiffness and strength characteristics possible. 

Silverbirch Canoes are made and designed in the UK. 


We have a demo Silverbirch Broadland availlable to try on the water at our shop. Half and Full day hire also available. Please contact us on 01932 247978 or email at info@wwtcc.com for more information

Length 4565 mm / 14'11'
Width at gunwale 904 mm / 35.5"
Rocker bow & stern 62 mm / 2'5"
Depth bow & stern 508 mm / 20"
Depth middle 130 kg
Weight (Vinyl gunwales) 31.5 Kg / 69.5 lb


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