Sea Kayaking & Single-Hull Kayaks – What’s the Difference?
A kayak is a very simple, small, flat watercraft that is usually propelled primarily by a single, double-sided paddle. The word “kayak” originates from the Greenlandic language ipa (IPA: iphthong). It was called “kerdi” in the native language of the Inuit and Eskimo. Today the word kayak, according to Webster’s Un dictionary, means “a flat-bottom … Read moreSea Kayaking & Single-Hull Kayaks – What’s the Difference?