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German Translation

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Mud Puddle Diver
May 20, 2002
How do you say "freediver" and "Seakayaker" in German?

Stranger question but one I want to know!!!

BladeRunner OUT:)
freediver = Freitaucher
seakayaker...? don't know, didn't ever do that..

50% correct, not bad, is it?

Meereskajaker would be a possibility.....but I don't know for sure......

Freediver=Freitaucher oder Apnoeist

Greetings and keep breathing,

Pim Vermeulen
Im not aware of any specific word for Sea kayaks in German.

Mostly its just refered to as "kayak" or "kayaker" where a person is concerned.
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