Early Spring Sale On SOAR Canoes
Order NOW for the Best Price of  2015

Squirt  (S10)      $1500.70
Blaze  (S12)       $1629.70
Canyon  (S14)   $1801.70
Explorer (S16)   $1973.70
Pro Pioneer        $2489.70

Sale ends March 31, 2015


ON NOW!!!!

We have Canyons (S14) and Explorers (S16) from our Russian River Fleet for sale.  These boats have many good years of river running, exploration and recreation left in them.  Air retention is excellent, and they have physical blemishes including a lot of scruff on the grommet strips, and some have a patch or two.  These are boats in good condition, but they are sold ‘as is’ and there is no warranty.  Priced at $700 for more cosmetically-used looking boats, and $1,000 for boats that still look pretty good.


Go Anywhere, Do Anything!

In 20 years, we have learned a lot from our customers.   Thousands of SOAR owners have told us that the SOAR brand of boats inspire them to dream and to connect with what they love: being  Somewhere On A River where only A SOAR could get them safely and reliably, all while having fun!  SOAR owners are passionate about their boats.  They love the ease and versatility: using them as a tender one week, running  a multi-day trip the next, shooting rapids, fishing and hunting, and then sailing the next week!

We have had many customers tell us that their SOAR is the perfect boat: user-friendly, portable,  rugged, reliable, versatile, comfortable, stable and safe.

Whether you are a first-time visitor or a frequent guest to our site, enjoy the many photos from SOAR users all over the world.   We encourage you to share photos with us and please use our forum to ask questions from us and other SOAR owners.  SOAR will take you places!



Mayan Rio Mojo

cropped closest up bigfall

In December, 2013, 7 Gringos (spearheaded by SOAR owner Larry Laba) and 3 Mayans launched their SOARs into the Rio Lacanjá in Chiapas, Mexico.  For 7 days and 85 miles, these adventurers traversed North America’s largest rainforest, La Selva Lacandon,  ran over 60 travertine waterfalls, machete’d through more than 30 overgrown spots, discovered riverside Mayan ruins, fought disease-bearing mosquitos, biting ants, jungle rot in an inhospitable jungle on a self-supported trip.  Read more and see lots of photos in our gallery!