Waves can both reflect and refract. An example of reflection is when a wave hitsa wall of some sorts and reflects back out to see. An example of refraction is when a wave moves from shallow water out to deeper water. Result: The water waves can reflect and refract.
Both reflection and refraction can occur with water waves. Example of reflection is reflection of water waves in pool from the boundary of pool. When water waves are traveling from deep water to shallow water, speed of water wave decreases. Since speed of waves changes when water waves cross boundary deep water-shallow water, refraction of water waves occur. Huygens's principle applies to all waves, including water waves.