That’s REALLY cool!
Where are you?
It looks awesome. It needs cleaned up and a home above a rustic bar or stood on end against a wall in a lodge.
A lot of hours went into making it a long time ago. Do you have any history on it?
This people on this site can help you identify your canoe:
Really cool old canoe. Is it fiberglassed?
Looks like Grampa built a cedar strip canoe…
Wow! A very NICE find. Looks like a bit of sanding and nice new layer of glass on the hull would make that canoe water-ready beauty.
I would be cautious over approaching the Canoe with some renovations at all. Should that be a real antique-the Value may be lessened if you had altered it at all . Best to keep it stored well , meanwhile, and try to find out more about it’s history & value.
Did you find any floor panels? That framing would be uncomfortable without it.
looks like a solid home build…
as Overstreet says, it seems to be missing some inner panels but that should be fairly easy to fix.
Clean it up, add those panels, maybe a fresh coat of epoxy and it will be beautiful…