A 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. It is peculiar to the Eskimos and other Arctic tribes.
A slender decked boat which is propelled by seated paddlers using double bladed paddles. Derived from the Eskimos.
A traditional kayak is a slender, watertight Eskimo boat propelled by paddles. It is made of a light wooden frame completely covered with skins except for opening(s) for the paddler(s).
Any of various light canoes imitating an Inuit hunting craft made watertight by a flexible closure around the waist of the seated occupant.
an Eskimo canoe made of a skin-covered frame with a small opening and propelled by a double-bladed paddle
an Inuit canoe in which the wood or bone frame is covered with skins and completely closed in except for a space for one person.
A type of fully-decked canoe. The paddler is seated and uses a double-bladed paddle.
a 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"
a closed cockpit boat and the paddler sits inside and uses a double-ended paddle
a close decked, single seated boat, propelled with a double bladed paddle
a closed-top boat and is propelled using a paddle with two blades, whereas canoes are open-topped boats (sometimes with a removable spray skirt) propelled using single- or double-bladed paddles
a human-powered boat that is similar to a covered canoe
a little more seaworthy except when the wind hikes up in your face then paddling becomes hard work
a long and narrow boat
a non-motorized craft
a personal boat
a practical boat in situations where the watersurface is turbulent or unpredictable
a slender craft that you can take to places amazing to behold
a slender piece of equipment built for speed and maneuverability
a small boat, having only one opening where the person sits, and is paddled with a two-bladed paddle
a small boat with a deck, propelled by a two-blade paddle
a small boat with an opening in the center for a person
A type of canoe which is sat in and propelled with a double bladed paddle.
A portable boat with a single hole in its deck for its passenger, who propels the boat using a two-bladed paddle.
A decked craft similar to a canoe and propelled by a double or single-bladed paddle.
A narrow covered boat, pointed on both ends, propelled by the rider paddling with an oar.
A decked boat that is paddled from a seated position using a two-bladed paddle.
A decked craft in which the paddlers sit with legs extended and propel the craft with a double blade paddle.
Small boat shaped like a banana, has a whole in the bottom from which the occupant hangs. Experts can propel the wrong way up.
a portable boat styled after the Eskimo kayak with a small opening in the center and propelled with a double-bladed paddle.
A canoe-shaped boat in which the frame is completely covered except for an opening in the middle for the paddler
A small, low-profile boat similar to a canoe, and increasingly used for wilderness travel..
A kayak is a small human-powered boat. It typically has a covered deck, and a cockpit covered by a spraydeck. It is propelled by a double-bladed paddle by a sitting paddler.