Canoe platform

Pat. No. 6,725,798

Issued: April 27, 2004
Filed: January 16, 2003

Inventor: Robert A. Hill; 3563 Rte. 89, Seneca Falls, NY 13148


A canoe platform interconnects a pair of spaced apart canoes arranged parallel with each other so that the platform can support human activity while the canoes support the platform above the water. The platform is made of a pair of panels adjoining each other and spanning the gunwales of the canoes and the space between them. Each of the panels is foldable in half longitudinally so that the panels can be stored within canoes for transport. The panels are unfolded flat and are arranged to span the canoes aft of the front seats of the canoes and forward of the rear seats of the canoes.


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