Synonyms for paddleboards or Related words with paddleboards

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Examples of "paddleboards"
Paddleboards are divided by length into three classes: Stock, 14 Foot, and Unlimited.
LaserPerformance is also well known for its Sunfish Stand Up Paddleboards and Seitech dollies and racking systems.
Since selling Ocean Kayak, Niemier has been providing custom design services and creating new lines of stand up paddleboards and other watercraft for manufacturers and individuals.
Longshore offers an extensive curriculum for both children and adults. It also rents sailboats, kayaks and stand-up paddleboards by the hour to the public from Memorial Day weekend through mid-September.
Mountainman Outdoor Supply Company offers everything you need for the Outdoors: Canoes, Kayaks, SUPs (stand-up paddleboards) & Bike Sales and Rentals, as well as quality clothing and camping gear.
In early 2011, he signed on as a team rider and global ambassador to WaveJet, an electronic jet drive that plugs into any WaveJet personal watercraft including surfboards, stand up paddleboards, and more.
In April 2010, Cornthwaite and Sebastian Terry became the first people to cross Lake Geneva on stand up paddleboards. They made the journey in less than two days. Cornthwaite produced a documentary DVD of the expedition entitled "Lake Geneva Crossing".
The Preserve is open to the public on Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays for hiking, bicycling, bird-watching and picnicking. The Preserve also features a launch site for kayaks, canoes and paddleboards, and an observation tower at the north end.
Waterfront Park is located along Lake Minneola, The park includes picnic areas, a swimming area, fishing piers and a playground. There are rentals of paddleboards, kayaks and bicycles. A fitness trail that is part of a 30-mile system runs through the park.
A mini golf course is located near the front entrance as well as a playground for children. Canoeing is one of the more popular activities at the conservation area. Canoes, kayaks and paddleboards can be rented on weekends during the summer.
In 2015 Corran started his latest company, SOUL WATERMAN. Based in Montreal Canada, where he started Riot, the brand is designing a new line of highly innovative whitewater specific paddleboards and kayaks. Since the enterprise is new little information exists to date about the venture.
Lifetime Products Inc. is the world's leading manufacturer of blow-molded polyethylene folding chairs and tables, picnic tables, and home basketball equipment. Lifetime also manufactures other consumer products, including sheds, kayaks and paddleboards, and lawn and garden items, along with OEM steel and plastic items for other companies.
In 2012, the camp built two new pools to provide additional space for recreational and instructional swim programs. The camp also conducts a greatly expanded boating program, with paddle boats, canoes, kayaks, stand up paddleboards (SUPs), and sailboats. The camp also offers a sailing certification program through US Sailing.
Stand-up paddleboards (SUPs), are steered with a singled bladed paddle. Originating in Hawaii to help navigate the waves, the sport has grown to include flat water lakes, easy rivers, and spring runs. Traditional paddleboarding is done kneeling on a board and paddling with the hands.
Paddleboarding experienced a renaissance in the early 1980s after Los Angeles County lifeguard Rabbi Norm Shifren’s “Waterman Race”— from Point Dume to Malibu—inspired surf journalist Craig Lockwood to begin production on a high quality stock paddleboard—known as the "Waterman." Its design, that has arguably won more races than any other stock paddleboard, remains a popular choice today. Shortly after, L.A, surfboard shaper Joe Bark and San Diego shaper Mike Eaton began production, and soon with Brian Szymanski's North County Paddleboards (NCP) became three of the largest U.S. paddleboard makers, eventually producing nearly half of the estimated 3–400 paddleboards made each year in the U.S. today. L.A. lifeguards Gibby Gibson and Buddy Bohn revived the Catalina Classic event in 1982 for a field of 10 competitors. Concurrently in Hawaii, the annual Independence Day Paddleboard Race from Sunset to Waimea was drawing a few hundred competitors, many using surfboards due to lack of proper paddleboards on the Islands. As paddlers began ordering boards from the Mainland, local surfboard shapers like Dennis Pang (now one of Hawaii’s largest paddleboard makers) moved quickly to fill the local niche. On both fronts, paddleboarding has been consistently gaining momentum and popularity.
Dog surfing involves dogs that are trained to surf on surfboards or bodyboards, either alone or with a human on the board. Some dogs have been trained to ride a skimboard on the shore (after the board is initially skimmed by a human) and to windsurf with a human, and bodysurfing dogs have also been documented in surfing media. Additionally, some dogs have been trained to ride on paddleboards with people.
IN 2012 Corran started his latest venture, Corran SUP, based out of Southern California. The brand pioneered paddleboards for use in whitewater, and focused on "made in the USA", producing almost everything in the United States. Corran built a reputation as a leading shaper of both surfing and racing paddleboard designs, with several of his designs getting rave reviews in the industry magazines. In January 2015 the brand was sold to Kayak Distribution.
Driven by its natural resources, Redding is home to several recreational startups and manufacturers such as Sea Breacher, Jetovator, Sky Ski, True Rec, The Fly Shop, Skyway Wheels, Paddleboards, and climbing gear. Startup outsourcing is also a growing trend due to the low cost of business, a tech savvy work force, and relative close proximity to San Francisco. Startups such as Axcient, NComputing, and Citelighter.
Paddleboarding can also be done on various pieces of equipment, including surfboards. Paddleboards are made of fiberglass, epoxy, and/or carbon fibre and are generally quite large, ranging from to . An emerging paddleboard technology is an epoxy surfboard, which are stronger and lighter than traditional fiberglass. Cost of new boards range from $1,500 to $3,500 for custom boards. Used boards that have been well kept are in high demand and can be sold fairly easily on paddleboard listing web sites.
The Great Ouse is a very popular river for canoeing and kayaking, particularly around Bedford which is a regional centre for the sport. Canoe Trail offers people the chance to enjoy the river in Canoe, Kayaks or even Stand Up Paddleboards. Viking Kayak Club organise the Bedford Kayak Marathon with canoe racing held along the Embankment on Bedford's riverside and dates back to the original Bedford to St Neots race in 1952, believed to be the first of its kind in the country.