STAND-UP PADDLEBOARD RENTALS

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Our paddleboards are perfect for cruising, cross-training, and small waves. Their generous shape accommodates all levels and starting out in calm water is recommended as is can make a big difference in your enjoyment level if this is your first time on a paddle board. All boards come with an attached leash, adjustable paddle, fitted life jacket and safety kit.

 
11’6”  Stand Up Paddleboard

The 11'6”  Stand-up paddle is the perfect cross-training, recreational SUP board.  Developed as an all-around design to make the sport accessibleto all skill levels.  The  11'6 length fits into surf conditions easily and are better designed for longer paddles. All paddleboards feature a full length soft deck and easy to carry handle embedded in the center of the board.

Their generous shape accommodates all levels and starting out in calm water is recommended as is can make a big difference in your enjoyment level if this is your first time on a paddle board.  All boards come with an attached leash, adjustable paddle, fitted life jacket and safety kit. 

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Originating in the Hawaiian Islands in the early 1960s, stand up paddle boarding, or SUP, has become more popular than ever. Stand up paddle boarding is now the fastest growing water surf activity because it allows a wider range of athletic types to get involved and it is a fun, easy way to get out on the water.

Surfers first started using stand up paddleboards because of the versatility it brought to the sport of surfing. Their classic oversize longboard shapes offer surfers the ability to catch more waves and since you’re already standing up at your full height, surfers are able to better view incoming waves. Stand up paddleboards provide ample control and maneuverability when surfing small waves, as well as the ease and stability when paddling across flat water.

*Under U.S. Coast Guard regulation, stand up paddleboards are considered vessels, as of October 2008. The law requires that unless vessel operators, or in this case, paddlers, are in a swimming, surfing or bathing area, they must have a USCG-approved life jacket and a “sound-producing” device on-board.