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Canoe Rental and Charter Terminology

If you want to travel along a river or other body of water, decide on what marine vessel is best for you. Consider a canoe, kayak, paddle boat, or other type of marine transportation for your needs. If you do not want to do the boating work yourself, consider hiring a charter company or renting the equipment. The following are important boating terms to be familiar with.

  • Canoe - Small, narrow boat that is human-powered by using oars to row. Some canoes have enough room for more than one occupant and are made from different materials like fiberglass and wood. They are used to fish on lakes, as well as for other recreational uses.
  • Kayak - Similar to a canoe, these narrow boats are manually propelled by means of a double blade paddle. The paddle, with oars on each side, make it easier to navigate rough waters in the ocean and river rapids. Single and double kayaks are both available. They are made from different composite materials such as carbon fiber, aluminum, and fiberglass.
  • Charter - Charter companies are ideal for those who do not want to drive or maintain the marine vessel. Chartering involves renting a vessel, and sometimes the crew like a captain, can help those who wish to take trips along rivers or lakes. Clubs and large teams may wish to hire experienced riders for their travel needs.
  • Launch Point - A position on the lake or river can be designated as the origin of the trip. Sometimes there will be old shops and depots around the area so that all can have adequate supplies for the boating activity.
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    1325 West Ave, Ocean City, NJ 08226
    Fin-atics is the Premier NJ Jersey Shore Kayak Dealer and Fishing Tackle Store.
    (609) 398-2248
    Kittatinny Canoes
    378 Route 6 and 209, Milford, PA 18337
    Kittatinny Canoes has daily trips for the experienced and the novice. The Delaware River has varying levels of whitewater that experienced paddlers can challenge all summer long.
    (570) 296-5890
    Kittatinny Canoes
    378 Route 6 and 209, Milford, PA 18337
    Offering daily trips for the experienced and the novice canoeing enthusiast. The local river has varying levels of whitewater that experienced paddlers can challenge all summer long.
    (800) 356-2852
    DelMarVa Board Sport Adventures
    106 Rock Ledge Ct, Milford, DE 19963
    (301) 651-0542
    Action Bikes & Outdoor
    102 Milford Landing Dr Ste 6, Milford, PA 18337
    (570) 491-4000

    Canoeing is a fun and healthy way to achieve recreation and exercise. People all over the world rent canoes to explore rivers and lakes. Canoeing is also often a popular attraction for tourist groups. Vacationers commonly hire charters that take them on canoeing trips around the world. In addition, canoeing and kayaking is popular in competitive sports. Many boating organizations and clubs form teams to compete in races and other events. For instance, colleges and universities often have rowing teams that compete in racing events around the world. Along with hired charters and rentals, individuals regularly purchase them for private use as well. Many places provide new and used canoes for sale. People with private lakes on their property often have their own collection of canoes and kayaks. In addition to selling boats and canoes, stores commonly allow their customers to lease them as well. Shops also typically provide canoe accessories. For example, they may sell paddles, wet suits, helmets and other commonly purchased products. Most boat shops typically provide more information about their products and services online. Individuals can also often find other valuable details, such as a store’s location and hours of operation. Canoe boats are made up of a few core materials. These materials typically include wood, fiberglass and aluminum. In addition, carbon fiber and other composite materials commonly make up the hull of a canoe. These materials are carefully constructed by experienced builders and are often assembled in well equipped manufacturing plants. Hobbyists are also often able to construct their own boats, canoes and kayaks as well.
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