Faber & Company, Loretteville, Quebec

 

Faber & Company produced canoes in Loretteville, Quebec, until the late '70s or early '80s. The company still exists, manufacturing snowshows. You can visit them at www.fabersnowshoes.com.

Faber Canoe Models
ClassModelLength x Beam x DepthNotes
 Trapper12' x 32" x 12"
Lightweight (1973)Hunter12' x 32" x 12"
Huron15' x 33" x 12"
Sporter

Pleasure (1973)
Scout15' x 35" x 12"
14' x 36" x 12" (1973)
Sioux16' x 36" x 12"
15' x 35" x 12" (1973)
Savage17' x 37" x 12"
16' x 36" x 12" (1973)
Seneca (1973)14' x 36" x 12"Close-ribbed models
Sparctus (1973)15' x 35" x 12"
Sport (1973)16' x 36" x 12"
Ranger
Ranger Special

All-Purpose (1973)
Muskie14' x 32" x 12"
14' x 35" x 13" (1973)
Ranger Special has ribs spaced
closer together than Ranger.
Mohawk15' x 33" x 12"
14' x 35" x 13" (1973, V-stern)
Moose16' x 34" x 13"
16' x 36" x 13½" (1973)
Maple17' x 35" x 13"
Marsh18' x 36" x 14"
18' x 38" x 15" (1973)
Rock (1973)14' x 34" x 13"
Raft (1973)16' x 36" x 13½"
Ruff (1973)18' x 38" x 15"
ProspectorBeaver14' x 34" x 13"Model names refer to pointed
stern canoes.
Birch15' x 35" x 13½"
Bass16' x 36" x 14"
Bush17' x 37" x 14½"
Bear18' x 38" x 15"
Faber FreighterHudson17' x 40" x 17"
17' x 43" x 12" (1973)
V-Stern.
Nelson18' x 45" x 18"
Warrior20' x 50" x 19"
20' x 51" x 20" (1973)
Superior22' x 52" x 20"
Ungava (1973)22' x 57" x 22"
James (1973)19' x 51" x 20"
Information from ca1950 catalog, unless otherwise noted.