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Guest 28th May 2007 10:53 PM

Serenity paddling...
 
anyone have any experience standup paddling the Serenity ? i imagine it would be great on flat water but very difficult to impossible for a downwinder due to it's shape and tippyness. any input ?
all the best,
Noa

Randy 29th May 2007 06:39 PM

RE: Serenity paddling...
 
I've tried it a few times, and don't really have a proper paddle. It is not that hard, but I was in pretty flat water. Either sitting up or standing it seems pretty fast. So its probably possible, though I don't think its really the right board for SUP.

nakaniko 27th January 2011 04:40 PM

I "unbury" this old thread as I don't get any answer on my question on my (too long) thread about Serenity.
My question is located here http://www.star-board.com/forum/show...?t=9733&page=4

nakaniko 5th February 2011 12:42 AM

I was thinking a way to make the Serenity more stable when paddling. Reaaaly some sort of wings to transform it in a trimaran, fixed to the mast track or to the fin tracks.
Now I see that this strange idea is not so strange, as for the fin is being adopted froma a brand, see there http://www.coreban.com/CorebanWings.html and see the video below.
What about?


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