Kayaking

Parent Category: Sports
Kayaks are small, light boats that are based on the craft of the native North Americans in the Northern regions. They are a popular recreational vessel and have been adapted for use in competitions.
Probably like skateboarding,bike riding,basketball,skydiving,skining,and more ,i guess >You could play any sport you can , if you smoke . Your performance will be cut way down due to not being able breath as well, or a lower oxygen intake just for starters. yeah sure you can...just...
Well this usually depends on how much muscle you have in your arms.First off, figure out if you will be kayaking upstream or justriding on the flow of the river/lake. You also have to think abouthow long you actually want to kayak. Usually you can get pretty farin three hours, especially if your on...
McLellan Jacobs Kayak isthe most expensive kayaks in the world.
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Bilge pumps and bailing sponges, Paddle leashes and floats, Throwrope are the main gears that you need for kayaking.
In the United States, there are many canals where canoeing orkayaking is allowed and you don't need a license to do so. You cancanoe the New York State canal system, the Erie Canal and theDelaware and Raritan canals. Apparently in Great Britain, you needa license. Another answer: No, but it is...
White water rafting is an excellent way to enjoy an area's withnatural beauty. Here are some of the best white water raftingdestinations in the America: 1) Nenana River 2) Salmon River 3) Colorado River 4) Rio Grande 5) Deschutes River
Safety equipment for a sea kayaking are: 1) Spare Paddle 2) Bilge Pump 3) Weather Radio 4) Emergency Shelter and Rations 5) Helmet for Surf Conditions 6) First Aid Kit
Kayaks have been around since long before the colonization of North America and South America by European settlers. Native American peoples used kayaks as methods of transportation since they settled near bodies of water. The word kayak actually comes from Chupik Eskimo, which is a language spoken...
By HAND, of course. Everyone but you knows that.. Is it true that all Kayakers are stupid??. NO: the ones I kayak with at Whiskeytown NRA know it all.
Use the best from the car manufacturer or a Thule available fromHalfords. If you use a cheap one, also available from Halfords, itwill go rusty and not last as long. I use a Thule rack on myCiteron C5 and can carry two large open canoes and a kayak.
If a woman (not you) is normally healthy and has no complications and wears a life jacket and confines her trips to calm waters, YES; she can go canoeing; BUT why have YOU not asked your DOCTOR this question? That would be the more sensible approach. I suggest that you obtain your doctor's opinion...
Slalom is pronounced SLAH-lum, where the first syllable rhymes with "ha".
Better and safer to sit in a kayak.
Old Town currently produces the Dirigo line of recreational kayaks. The Dirigo 106 is 10ft 6in long. It's a great kayak because it is relatively versatile with a rigid design and a large and small dry cargo hatch. This makes it good for things like mild rapids, recreational paddling, and even 1-3...
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Whitewater kayaking involves rolling and shooting rapids but kayaks can also be used to do long distance trips. Kayaks can also be used, similar to canoes, for leisure time spend on rivers or lakes.
Umlaut Ardvaark Umniak first used a kayak to serenade female Walruses during the Pre-History period. He is the true father of recreational kayaking and 10 WalBoys.. Bet you didn't know that "Smart Alicker" !!. Umlaut Ardvaark Umniak first used a kayak to serenade female Walruses during the Pre...
You can. All you need is enough money. You can even get an out-drive for it.. Credit Cards not accepted.
You can only do this if you have a LUFKIN SLIDE RULE made in Kosmonia. Get one ; and email me back and I'll tell what to do with it.
It depends entirely on how dangerous you want to be. kayaking on flat water or 3- rapids is very safe as there are many safety measures in a boat to ensure that you are able to release yourself quickly and easily and when you ensure that safety measures are in place (safety boats, bank support ...
Kayaks are hydrodynamic not aerodynamic. Aerodynamic means 'of the air'. People don't fly on kayaks.
Yes you can kayak in the winter. It is very important to dress properly in the winter though, a dry suit with thermal underwear is usually enough.
There are two blades on a kayak paddle.
Kayaks evolved over at least several thousand years, rather than being invented by someone. Kaykas have been used by arctic people for millennia and have changed gradually during that time.. As people migrated from Russia across the Bering Straight to Alaska, Northern Canada, and eventually to...
its because your kegs are tight against the hip and knee pads so you lose blood ciculation
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Because the kayak is hollow and doesn't weight too much, it floats instead of sinking. The material changes, but most kayaks are made from plastic or wood.
Yes, but because smoke fills your lungs, you will have a harder time breathing, and will get exhausted more quickly. No professional sport players smoke.
I think you're looking for the word "keel". It is located at the center of the hull bottom, below the waterline.
All kayaks will sink if filled with enough water. It changes how much is needed, though.
Hold at the end of the shaft, close to the blade, and insert the blade in the water as far ahead of you as possible. Pull the blade through the water by holding your arms straight while twisting your stomach and back, and pull the blade up when it reaches your body. Then shift the balance of the...
I think whatever the Eskimos spoke... I'm not sure.
The answer to this question depends on the size of the lake and the way you will use the kayak.. In general, longer kayaks are faster and have more room for gear. They are often narrower than short kayaks so they are a little more "tippy".. Shorter kayaks are slower and of course can carry less gear...
An average paddler can achieve 1-3 MPH for extended periods. Someone who is strong and experienced could reach 4-6 MPH. Paddling with or against the tide or current also affects travel time. So, the answer would be anywhere from less than 10 minutes to more than an hour, depending on the paddler and...
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A kayak paddle will have two blades, and you paddle by pulling each through the water in turn. A canoe paddle just has the one blade, and you paddle by pulling it through the water on alternate sides of your craft.
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It is when a bottle filled with a greasy substance burst in a kayak
It depends on the draft of your kayak but usually around a foot deep and you are ok
Trouble with aluminum is that it will oxidize quickly in normal atmosphere, so it won't really stay oxide free very long. But as far as removing the oxide there are several options: - fine sand-paper - stainless steel wire brush. - Brillo pads - Media(sand) blastin Ther might be some etching...
some guy swam the whole thing! so yes its possible. disease and permission would be the biggest hurtles.
Because the wild water pushes against the boat, tipping it over
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They would be known as "kayakers" and "paddlers".
The length of time it will take you to kayak 23 miles depends on two factors:. 1) The speed at which you paddle.. 2) The speed of the current.. Depending on your fitness level and the type and length of kayak you are paddling, you may average from 1 to 3.5 miles per hour paddling speed. However, I...
A big,strong,made specificly for kayaks
You get wet. To get back in, try and use the stern of the boat or you run the risk of just flipping it over.
Yes, but the life-saving admonition is to never swim alone, and kayaking CAN result in swimming(!)
depending on the river, the conditions and your safety.
A Sea kayak differs from a lake or river kayak in that it is longer, therefore faster. Also the hull width is generally narrower than a lake kayak, making them less stable but in turn faster. Sea Kayaks are designed for longer distance travel on the ocean or lakes. The longer the kayak the faster...