Monday, August 5, 2013

OK, so where do I get a board for this?

No point starting with a new board at full retail price. Check the second-hand market. Some SUP riders buy boards too small for them and sell it to buy a bigger one. Some teenagers outgrow there SUPs. So there are quite a few out there.

One place to buy boards in Australia is Seabreeze.com.au
Here is a link to the site and a search of NSW with the boards listed from short to long.
bit.ly/1eoudNG

To find more info on these boards go to the brand's website.
Here are some of them:
Naish
naishsurfing.com/hokua-series
Star Board
star-board-sup.com
PSH
paddlesurfhawaii.com/../8-6-wide-ripper
Laguna Bay
noosasurfworks.com.au/boards/laguna-bay-stand-paddle

Let us know if you know of other makers that make suitable boards.

So many in the 1770s on their knees

So many in the 1770s on their knees
en.wikipedia.org A view of Karakokooa in Owyhee by John Webber