Kayak
A kayak is a small, narrow boat primarily designed to be manually propelled by means of a double-bladed paddle. The word kayak originates from the Greenlandic Inuktitut language, where it is the word ...
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Rush Sturges
Rush Sturges (born February 14, 1985) is an American professional whitewater kayaker, film maker, and musician.
Rush Sturges grew up in Forks of Salmon, California, where his parents own and opera...
Paul Caffyn
Paul Caffyn, ONZM, is a sea kayaker based on the west coast of New Zealand. He has completed a number of supported, unsupported, solo and group expeditions by sea kayak in various locations around the...
Chris Duff
Chris Duff is an American expedition sea kayaker, who is most notable for his large scale projects and world-record breaking attempts. Since 1983, he has kayaked over 14,000 miles.
Chris Duff is v...
Flyak
The Flyak is a hydrofoil adaptation to the conventional kayak. It uses twin hydrofoils designed to raise the hull out of the water to increase the speed. Speeds of up to 27.2 km/h (7.6 m·s...
Inuit snow goggles
Snow goggles (Inuktitut; ilgaak or iggaak, syllabics; ᐃᓪᒑᒃ or ᐃᒡᒑᒃ) are a type of eyewear traditionally used by the Inuit people of the Arctic to prevent snow blindness. The goggles are traditionally ...
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Freya Hoffmeister
Freya Hoffmeister (born May 10, 1964) is a German business owner and athlete who holds several sea kayaking endurance records. In 2009 she completed a circumnavigation of Australia solo and unassiste...
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Umiak
The umiak, umialak, umiaq, umiac, oomiac or oomiak is a type of boat used by both Yupik and Inuit, and was originally found in all coastal areas from Siberia to Greenland. First arising in Thule times...
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Air Inuit
Air Inuit (Inuktitut: ᐃᓄᐃᑦ ᖃᖓᑦᑕᔪᖏᑦ) is an airline based in Dorval, Quebec, Canada. It operates domestic passenger services and charter and cargo services in Nunavik and Nunavut. Its main base is Kuujj...
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Royak
A Royak is a sit-on-top boat that integrates the features of a surf board and a kayak.It was invented by Roy Grabenauer in 1968 after years of experimenting with various designs and technologies, alth...
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Sled dog
Sled dogs (also sledge dogs and sleigh dogs) are a group of dog breeds and mongrels that, historically, were bred for the purpose of pulling a dog sled. These dog sleds were important for transportati...
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Toggling harpoon
The toggling harpoon is an ancient weapon and tool used in whaling to impale a whale when thrown. Unlike earlier harpoon versions which had only one point, a toggling harpoon has a two-part point. On...
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Clay Wright
Clay Wright is a professional whitewater kayaker and kayak designer. He designed a signature "Java" creekboat for Perception Kayaks. He has appeared in 50+ extreme or instructional kayak videos. Wri...
Kudlik
Kudlik or qulliq (Inuktitut: ᖁᓪᓕᖅ, [qulːiq]) is a type of oil lamp used by the Inuit.
The lamp consists of a crescent-shaped cup of carved soapstone, filled with whale or seal blubber. Arctic...
Oskar Speck
Oskar Speck (1907–1995) was a German canoeist who paddled by folding kayak from Germany to Australia over the period 1932-1939. A Hamburg electrical contractor made unemployed during the Weimar-period...
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Aleksander Doba
Aleksander Doba (born 9 September 1946) is a Polish kayaker known primarily for his long voyages crossing oceans. In 2010 and again in 2013 he kayaked across the Atlantic Ocean under his own power. Th...
Benjamin Wade (Survivor contestant)
Benjamin "Coach" Wade (born (1971-09-18)September 18, 1971) is an American reality television personality best known for being a contestant on Survivor: Tocantins, Survivor: Heroes vs. Villains, and S...
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First Air
Bradley Air Services Limited, operating as First Air, is an airline headquartered in Kanata, a suburb of Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. It operates services to 34 communities in Nunavut, Nunavik, and the No...
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Peter Bray
Peter Bray was in 2001, the third person known to cross the Atlantic Ocean alone in a kayak (Franz Romer in 1928 and Hannes Lindemann in 1956 preceded him) but the first one to paddle west to east (i....
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Qamutiq
A qamutiik (Inuktitut: ᖃᒧᑏᒃ; alternate spellings qamutik (single sledge runner), komatik, Greenlandic: qamutit) is a sled designed to travel on snow and ice, built using traditional Inuit desi...
Štěpánka Hilgertová
Štěpánka Hilgertová ([ˈʃcɛpaːŋka ˈɦɪlɡɛrtovaː]) (née Prošková, born 10 April 1968 in Prague) is a Czechoslovak-Czech slalom canoer who has competed since the late 1980s. Competing in six Summer Olympi...
Bliss-stick
Bliss-stick are a company that make whitewater kayaks. They are currently New Zealand's largest kayak producer and exporter.
To date, Bliss-stick have produced 26 models of kayaks. As of September...
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Snowmobile
A snowmobile, also known as a sled or a snowmachine , is a vehicle designed for winter travel on snow. It is designed to be operated on snow and ice and does not require a road or trail but most are ...
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Outline of canoeing and kayaking
The following outline is provided as an overview of canoeing and kayaking:Canoeing – form of boating using a special kind of boat called a "canoe". Canoeing is the act of paddling a canoe, which requi...
Outline of canoeing and kayaking - Wikipedia
Ulu
An ulu (Inuktitut syllabics: ᐅᓗ, plural: uluit, English: "woman's knife") is an all-purpose knife traditionally used by Inuit, Yup'ik and Aleut women. It is utilized in applications as diverse as skin...
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