Water usually stops the flow, so a super-thin pad should be enough. It gets trickier when they want to wear a suit and be in and out of the water a lot.
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If she is anti-tampon, then she could try a menstrual cup. Originally invented to be able to have "relations" without the mess during menstruation, it works well with swimming, too. It can also be worn for 12 hours, and you do not feel it at all.
Menstrual cups have not been linked to TSS, in case that is a fear that your DD has.