Stand up paddling isn’t a skill, it’s an amazing experience. Whether you’re 7 or 79 years old, 30 or 300 lbs, you’ll learn to stand up paddle and YOU’LL BE up and PADDLING on your very FIRST LESSON regardless of your experience or ability. We offer one to one SUP lessons at $100 and group SUP lessons up to 3 people, at $80 per person.

Stand Up Paddle SUP

SUP RENTALS

$40 a day / $200 a week

SUP TOURS

$100 one person / $80 two people or more, per person.

SUP LESSONS are all custom scheduled and reserved in advance. Contact us for questions or book a tour now.

Stand Up Paddle Surfing History

Stand Up Paddle Surfing (SUP) has its origin in the Hawaiian Islands. In the early 1960s, the beach boys of Waikiki would stand on their long boards, and paddle to the distant outside reef break using outrigger paddles. Later on, it was Laird Hamilton and Dave Kalama who re-introduced the ancient sport of paddle surfing to the modern water sports world.

A lot of surfers have crossed over to SUP because of the versatility of the new sport. Stand up paddle boarding offers surfers the ability to catch more waves in a set, as well as offering a better view of incoming sets.

New custom SUP board prices range from US$600 to US$1500, and most use glass-reinforced plastic construction with polyester or epoxy resin that is compatible with the polyurethane or expanded polystyrene foam found in the core. Some SUP boards use a hollow wood construction instead of foam with epoxy resin. In the last few years inflatable boards have been introduced as well. The boards are generally longer than 9 feet (3 m), and can be longer than 12 feet (4 m), with features such as padded decks and concave hulls; they generally have one or three surfboard-style fins in the stern for tracking.

source: Wikipedia

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