A Kayaking Bible

A Kayaking Bible

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by Brian Spearman
     
 

There are several ways to kayak. Kayaking does not always include whitewaters, rapid waters, etc. You can kayak in still rivers, still waters, such as lakes, or even on the ocean and in the sea. You can also use your kayak as a way to surf, or in slow moving rivers. Kayaking can be quite relaxing, especially on inland cruises or quiet waters. Kayaks can take you on… See more details below

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There are several ways to kayak. Kayaking does not always include whitewaters, rapid waters, etc. You can kayak in still rivers, still waters, such as lakes, or even on the ocean and in the sea. You can also use your kayak as a way to surf, or in slow moving rivers. Kayaking can be quite relaxing, especially on inland cruises or quiet waters. Kayaks can take you on rapid events, and often the kayaks are lightweight crafts, especially at the bottom.

This adds convenience, since if you capsize, the kayak will automatically right itself. While there are many dangers, head injuries are a major concern. This is why kayaks AWA Safety Codes advise you to wear head gear to protect your head, especially if the boat should capsize. The helmet will help you avoid knocking your self senseless on rocks.

This 144 page book will make you aware of many of the items you may not have considered. These items will affect your safety and enjoyment of the sport.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012516268
Publisher:
Ray Poirier
Publication date:
02/28/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,351,648
File size:
0 MB

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