16′ Trihull


16′ Trihull Expedition Boat

10 in stock


This Expandacraft modular boat is 16’9 long and 6 feet wide so it’s far more stable than any canoe or kayak. A great option for camping expeditions. This boat can break down in 10 minutes and the parts fit in the back of a truck, minivan, or SUV. Not everyone has a yard for a boat on a trailer, so this makes boat ownership possible for a wider market. With Expandacraft, you can change the configuration of your components to fit your needs that day. The same parts which make this large pontoon, can make a 12 foot sit on top paddle cat or an outrigger kit for a canoe. Great for camping and large groups! No loading ramp needed, just a quick 10-15 minute set up at the water front with a couple helping hands and you’re on your way! Scroll through the photos for some previous client set ups as inspiration. With Expandacraft, we always say the only limitation is your imagination!

Total boat weight is only about 210 lbs. MADE IN USA.


  • 16’9″ assembled length.
  • Assembled weight: 210 lbs.
  • 6′ overall beam (width).
  • Capacity: 600 Lbs.

Parts included:

  • 6 center hull sections
  • 6 bow/stern sections
  • 12 low risers with 12″ galvanized lag bolt and a compression tube.
  • 9 wood keeper pegs
  • 4 Aluminum cross tubes, 6′ long 1.5 inch square tubing that is 1/8 inch thick. 24 nylon quick release bolts with cotter pins (quick release system on both ends).  Finished with an end cap.

NOTES:  Attach the deck planks to cross tubes with space between each plank so you can strap things down to the deck.

Does NOT include decking, motor, a seat, or any other items shown on the deck in pictures. We do typically offer aluminum decking for this boat package, but due to nationwide supply shortages we are out of stock until at least February 2022. We will keep this page updated when decking becomes available again.

Additional information


210 lbs


24 × 24 × 78 in


Yellow, Sand, Blue, Green, Red, Black (special order)


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