ByronM: Another very sharp looking entry John. I like these as they are not something you see all the time, in fact I don't believe I have ever seen a miniature canoe! Being Canadian I know we have a lot of history that could be played out in miniature, but never really looked into doing so before. This is a very cool idea though, you could use them for any number of small skirmish games based around either exploration (change the Congo rules to be based on the Voyagers instead of English explorers and move it to North America, or use Saga or Sharp Practice for some European vs Native battles). By your saying you already do FIW though, I assume you have a rule system you use, which is it? It would be interesting to check out.
I had to do some checking with the commander in chief on points, in the end they are going to be viewed as a bike or horse with two riders, so 15 points per model for a total of 30 points. Which seems rather fitting as that is kind of how they were used, as the cavalry of the river ways. Regardless of points, thanks for showcasing something very cool and different than the norm!