The world's most common metal
Aluminium is the most common metal in the Earth’s crust. Its very availability has made it popular for many uses. Everything from foodstuffs packaging to aircraft and boats. Despite its availability, aluminium, unlike plastics, has its own “cycle”. Without losing its unique properties, it is fully recyclable. The aluminium alloy we use is strong yet light. Our boats and canoes tolerate hard use and robust landings. There is no patching and mending with aggressive chemicals. Linder boats and canoes are cleaned using a sponge and water, possibly a little soap too. You need do nothing more.