An Eskimo rescue, bow rescue or T-rescue is a kayaking technique performed to recover a kayaker from a capsize without them having to leave their boat or perform a self-rescue such as a kayak roll. The advantages of this manoeuvre are that the kayaker does not have to get out of the kayak and the kayak does not then have to be emptied of water. However, it relies on another kayaker being able to assist quickly enough. More advanced kayakers will often prefer to rely on a kayak roll instead.
The hip-flick, is a technique used in kayaking to rotate the boat around its longest axis. It is fundamental to all kayaking techniques that return the boat to upright after a capsize, such as the eskimo roll and eskimo rescue.
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- a kayaking technique performed to recover a kayaker from a capsize without them having to leave their boat or perform a self - rescue such as a kayak roll
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- hip - snap is a technique used in kayaking to rotate the boat around its longest axis. It is fundamental to all kayaking techniques that return the boat
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