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Moose Y-Stern

The Moose is our Y-stern freighter canoe. This is a real classic Y stern, not one of those double ended canoes with 2 feet chopped off the back. Triple keeled, flat bottom, 39" max beam, this canoe is a moose hunter's dream.

Standard Features

Ultimate Gunnel System

  • Infused inner carbon gunnel with ash outer creating the stiffest, most functional and elegant gunnel system available.

Hidden Hardware

  • No exposed hardware through the gunnel, creating clean lines and no bumping on racks.

Integrated Seat Mounts

  • Our seat mounts are integral to the boat. No post glue, rivets or fasteners used here, creating a fail-proof mount.


Deep Dish Yoke

  • Functional and beautiful. Our yokes are easy on the shoulder and make the boat pop!

Build Specifications

LENGTH - Waterline


BEAM - Max

BEAM - Gunwale

HEIGHT - Midship


HEIGHT - Stern

ROCKER - Stern












Moose Y-Stern

Standard Features


Total Cost: $-


Build Your Canoe

Kisseynew Canoe is a straight from the manufacturer canoe builder. We build your canoe how you want it. If you're looking at purchasing a Kisseynew Canoe, you can fill out the form below, get a real-time price - and submit it to us directly for review. From there, we will contact you to confirm your order. 

Loop Holes

Our elegant sealed loop holes for those who like painter loop holes.


Loop Holes

Knee Pads

Protect your knees when traversing through rough waters.


Knee Pads

Skid Plates

Our epoxy/kevlar felt skid plates take the cringe out of rocky shore landings.


Skid Plates

Reinforced End Caps

Protect the ends of yoru canoe with our kevlar reinforced endcaps.


Reinforced End Caps

Third Seat (Carbon)

Add a third seat to your Kisseynew, with carbon bucket or web seat.


Third Seat (Carbon)

Third Seat (Standard)

This is a great option for growing families, with our standard seating.


Third Seat (Standard)

Carbon Bucket Seat

Prefer bucket seats? We have you covered.


Carbon Bucket Seat

Carbon Framed Web Seat

Our carbon framed web seat upgrade saves weight and looks great!


Carbon Framed Web Seat

Explore Our Upgrades


Build Types

Ultra Kevlar vs Expedition

Ultra Kevlar

Function meets design with our Ultra Kevlar canoes. This build type is the lightest of our prospector series. Designed to provide the least carrying weight without sacrificing quality or durability.


Our Prospector Expedition canoes are the toughest built canoes. Designed and built for those looking to explore the rough backcountry with the most durability offered from our series of prospector canoes.

Vacuum Infusion

The materials are laid down dry into the mold allowing us to strategically place the materials where is will they will supply maximum benefit and not where they will only add more weight. Each Kisseynew hull has over 20 individual pieces of material and are pre-cut prior to mold placement. 

Infusion allows for maximum compaction, void free laminate with consistent, repeatable resin to cloth ratio, resulting in the best strength to weight ratio possible.

No Gel Coat

Traditional gel coat adds approximately 10 lbs to the final weight of a canoe without adding any structural benefit. We replace the gelcoat with layers of abrasive resistant S-glass and coat the exterior with a polyurethane finish, providing a stronger, tougher, easy to repair finish. 


If you do scratch the bottom up on your canoe the original finish is easily restored by re-coating it with a couple coats of urathane.

Epoxy Resin

We use epoxy resin in our carbon/kevlar laminates. In order to get the maximum benefit from aerospace materials you need to use a resin system that matches the properties of the materials.

Epoxy is complex to infuse and costs a lot more then the other resins but the final results are worth it.

Our Technology

Kisseynew canoes are built using the latest in aerospace processes and materials. Our unique build process allows us to build a fully functional canoe that is both light and strong.

Engineered Balanced Laminate

The core thickness should be engineered to match the laminate. Thick cores traditionally found in recreational canoes, make for a stiff brittle boat, which is good for racing craft but not what you want for recreational canoes. Our laminates seek to minimize core thickness or eliminate them all together.


The result is a hull that is stiff enough for recreational use but still has resilience to flex when required.

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