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Instead of a tuilik, most traditional kayakers today use a spray deck made of waterproof synthetic material stretchy enough to fit tightly around the cockpit rim and body of the kayaker, and which can be released rapidly from the cockpit to permit easy exit. Inuit kayak builders had specific measurements for their boats. The length was typically three times the span of his outstretched arms. The width at the cockpit was the width of the builder’s hips plus two fists . The typical depth was his fist plus the outstretched thumb . Thus typical dimensions were about 17 feet long by 20–22 inches wide by 7 inches deep. This measurement system confounded early European explorers who tried to duplicate the kayak, because each kayak was a little different.