flat-water

flat-wa·ter

(flăt′wô′tər, -wŏt′ər)
adj.
Of or on a level or slow-moving watercourse: flat-water canoeing; a flat-water race.
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In "Take a Paddle Finger Lakes: Quiet Water for Canoes and Kayaks in New York's Finger Lakes" they have created is a thoroughly 'user friendly' map-filled guide for beginning and intermediate paddlers, as well as anyone else who enjoys the unique pleasures of flat-water paddling.
A tough, lightweight and simple boat, the Scout is designed for high-lake floating, canyoning, spelunking and other flat-water situations
A flat-water race can be hard to be number one, but with rough conditions, we can push the boat to the max and up to the podium.
The next closest comparable facility is the Welland International Flat-water Centre on the Welland Canal.
It includes surf kayaking in Tramore, white-water kayaking at the Clashganny Rapids and flat-water paddling and canoe polo.
TIM BRABANTS is among the nine athletes selected by the British Olympic Association to represent Team GB in the flat-water Canoe Sprint at London 2012.
On calm, flat-water winter days, eiders float and drift as though painted on a portrait, offering little action.
3) A similar survey for flat-water paddlers could not be found and makes any extrapolation to this type of paddling difficult.
Surf skis are now used worldwide for recreation, surf life-saving, training and competition on flat-water or ocean downwind racing.
Flat-water kayaking is an olympic sport that combines different types of boats (canoe and kayak) and distances (500 m for female and 500 m and 1000 m for male competition).
Hailey: I live on a river, no whitewater, just flat-water.