No problem. I carry a 16-foot canoe on my RAV4 with ease. If I were carrying two canoes, I would have to shift them forward to ensure they clear the trailer in a tight turn.
But, back to a 5.0, it would depend on the tow vehicle. If you have a "king cab" or whatever Toyota calls it, you may be able to put 12' kayaks on the roof of the tow vehicle without impinging on the fifth wheel. If not, there are racks available that attach to the front bumper of the tow vehicle so you can mount the boat on the cab and bumper rack.
You don't want to try to haul a canoe or kayak up top of the 5.0 and besides, you're going to leave the 5.0 at camp and still need to get the canoe to the put-in. Boats need to be on the tow vehicle.
2009 Escape 17B "Toad"
2008 Toyota RAV4 V6 Sport
North Vancouver, British Columbia
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