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“Great board to learn tricks, easy to go upwind; simple and functional board that performs well.” // Roland Erni

“Relaxed, smooth-riding board with medium edge control that is perfect for cruising.” // Matt Kargl

“Smooth ride and very comfortable bindings that can be slippery at first.” // Ray Borg 

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GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT SOCIAL DISTANCING Q: What is social distancing? A: Social distancing is the practice of purposefully reducing close contact between people. According to the CDC, social distancing means: Remaining out of “congregate settings” as much as possible. Avoiding mass gatherings. Maintaining distance of about 6 feet from others when possible. Q: Why is social distancing important? A: Social distancing is crucial for preventing the spread of contagious illnesses such as COVID-19 (coronavirus). COVID-19 can spread through coughing, sneezing and close contact. By minimizing the amount of close contact we have with others, we reduce our chances of catching the virus...

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Right of way rules determine who has the "right of way" and who should "yield, or get out of the way" when passing. A kiter on a starboard tack (right hand and shoulder forwards) has right of way.A kiter on a port tack (left hand and shoulder forwards) must yield right of way (get out the way, pass downwind).For two kiters on the same tack, the kiteboarder upwind must give way to the kitesurfer downwind. While passing in opposite directions: the upwind kiteboarder must fly their kite high, the kiteboarder downwind must fly their kite low In surf: Kiters leaving the shore (outgoing) have right of way over incoming riders....

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If you should get caught in a rip current, don’t panic. Try to remember a few simple rules from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration: Keep calm. Don’t fight the rip current. To get out of the rip current, swim sideways, parallel to the beach. This will get you out of the rip current so you can swim back in with the waves helping you along. When out of the rip current, swim at an angle away from the rip current and toward shore. If you can’t escape this way, try to float or calmly tread water. Rip current strength eventually...

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Read these 5 mistakes most beginners make when starting to paddleboard

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