Kar, su veya çim üzerinde kaymak için ayağa takılan araç.
Bu aracı kullanarak yapılan spor.
Üç dört metre uzunluğunda ve yarım metre genişliğindeki, iskeletinin ağaçtan ya da balina kemiğinden yapıldığı, fok balığı derisiyle kaplı, tek kişilik Eskimo kayığı.
It is peculiar to the Eskimos and other Arctic tribes.
Light canoe, made of skins stretched over a frame, and usually capable of carrying but one person, who sits amidships and uses a double-bladed paddle.
Decked boat propelled with a two-bladed paddle from seated position Contrast with canoe, an open boat propelled with a single bladed paddle from a kneeling position.
Small, low-profile boat similar to a canoe, and increasingly used for wilderness travel.
Canoe-Shaped boat in which the frame is completely covered except for an opening in the middle for the paddler.
Narrow covered boat, pointed on both ends, propelled by the rider paddling with an oar.
Small boat propelled with a double blade paddle, from a seated position Most kayaks are decked Kayaks are derived from the frame and sealskin hunting boats of the Arctic LR above: Polo BAT, 2 53m long; white water play boat , about 3 5m long; touring kayak, about 4 5m long; sea kayak, about 5 5 m long; sprint K1, 520cm long, 51 cm beam.
Type of fully-decked canoe The paddler is seated and uses a double-bladed paddle.
Small, decked watercraft usually paddled by one or sometimes two paddlers The paddler sits in the boat and paddles the craft with a double bladed paddle Based on the traditional watercraft of the native peoples of the North American Arctic.
Small canoe consisting of a light frame made watertight with animal skins; used by Eskimos travel in a small canoe; 'we kayaked down the river'.
One-Person watercraft covered in skins with a small central opening for the user.
Small canoe consisting of a light frame made watertight with animal skins; used by Eskimos.
Travel in a small canoe; 'we kayaked down the river'.