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Weekend Warrior Outdoors: Erina

Unit 3, 179 The Entrance Rd, Erina, NSW, 2250

We focus on bringing their customers great paddleboards, canoes and kayaks at even better prices.

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Jervis Bay Kayak Hire

15 Field St, Huskisson, NSW, 2540

Jervis Bay Kayak Hire have a wide range of kayaks and SUPs available for hire.

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Canoe the Murray

Noreuil Park, Albury, NSW, 2640

Canoes, kayaks, paddles and life jackets are all included for your canoe hire trip.

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Freak Sports Australia: Coopers Plains

Unit 1, 61 Boyland Ave, Coopers Plains, QLD, 4108

We provide high quality merchandise for kayaking, fishing and camping at a fraction of the original retail price.

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Fishing Tackle Shop

Unit 3, 144 Shellharbour Rd, Warilla, NSW, 2528

Fishing Tackle Shop is the leading mail order fishing website that also features a wide range of products for water sports and recreation activities. Since 2005, Fishing Tackle Shop has been delivering excellent fishing and water sports products in and outside Australia. With excellent customer feedback and satisfaction rate, you are sure to receive only high quality items. We deliver our products right to your doorsteps, wherever you are in the world. Come and see our exciting new products and offers by visiting our website.

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Flags and Canopies

Level 1, Unit 16, McDougall St, Milton, QLD, 4064

We offer a range of high quality branded pop up canopies, feather flags and teardrop flags. Also free freight and free design on all of the products we supply.

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User Guide To Canoes and Canoeing Equipment

The term canoeing is the umbrella term used to refer to all kinds of paddle sports, be it with the use of a canoe or a kayak.

In sports, canoes and kayaks fall into one category despite their different designs and historical roots. During the early times, canoes were generally classified as open boats, while kayaks were referred as closed boats. In an open boat, rider's legs are exposed to the air, while in closed boat, the rider's legs were inside and covered by the boat itself. However, due to the advances in technologies today, the differences between the two are almost blurred out, leaving the people use the two terms synonymously and interchangeably.

Canoeing has been a part of the Olympic competition since 1936, with Sprint and Slalom as the only two competing category.

  • Sprint is the oldest discipline formed by the International Canoe Federation. This is the worldwide organization that formulated the existing standards and rules for the different discipline of canoeing and kayaking. Sprint is also known as Flatwater Racing. Sprint races are open in 200m, 500m, 1000m, 2km and 6km distances.
  • Slalom, on the other hand is a paddling competitive sport that requires its participants to navigate a canoe or a kayak through against river rapids in the shortest time possible.

Other types of canoeing include:

  • Marathon - This is basically a form of flatwater racing, but with longer distances. Its course lengths could reach up to 201 km.
  • Canoe Polo - It is a kind of competitive ball game on water between two teams individually comprised with five members.

Provider of Canoes and Canoeing Equipments

The following are some of the things that you should look for in choosing a good provider of canoes and canoeing equipment:

  • A good canoe and canoeing equipments provider offers warranties to all of your purchased items.
  • It should be opened for possible item returns and refunds.
  • It should also offer item packages that would let you purchase items of discounted prices.
  • Offer insured shipping and delivery services
  • Accept different modes of payment

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Tylor

09 Mar 2015

We chose the waterworks trip having never canoed properly before. Michael was very good and took us ...
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Canoe the Murray

Noreuil Park, Albury, NSW
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03 Mar 2011

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Unit 3, 22 Tandem Ave, Warana, QLD
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Justin

29 Mar 2010

The service at Wetspot is awesome! The owner and all the staff are active participants in several wa...
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Wetspot Water Sports

13/68 Wollongong St, Fyshwick, ACT
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graham

04 Feb 2010

I would recommend anyone who is interested in camping and canoeing/kayaking to drop in and talk to N...
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