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Itís a long article but worth reading. I added the video because itís part of the story.
Iím selling my Starboard All Star 14x25 like new condition only 6 month old, $1600
Very stable, makes a great downwind board as well as touring and racing.
Located in Miami/Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Will not ship but will travel up to 60 mile to deliver it.
He's going to need new board shorts.
The biggest ocean paddle race in the world, Molokai to Oahu is this Sunday. Does anyone know what kind of coverage we will have to track the athletes? In years past we had GPS tracking and text updates, but Iíve seen a couple of races this year with live video feed. Any other information you can share like weather forecast, boards, athletes, pictures,,, Iíve always enjoyed following this race and this year itís extra special with one of our local (South Florida) paddlers attempting it solo.
This is from the Victoria Cup in Japan. Iíve paddled the Maliko and itís an awesome board. Its construction is excellent and also one of my favorite boards I have paddled. I was wondering if anyone has more info on what looks like the 2017 model.
This was a 10 mile downwind in Biscayne Bay in South Florida. Downwinds in the bay are usually messy with swells coming from different angles. Wind speed was a constant 25 knots, gusting to 30 knots ENE. I was on a Focus Bluefin 12í6Ē x 27 and my teammate was on a Naish Maliko 14 x 26.
I hope you guys enjoy it.
This is going to be exciting! http://www.molokai2oahu.com/2013/06/official-athlete-start-list-announced-world-championship-paddleboard-race/
Does anyone know if there will be some sort of webcast coverage? Also, what is the standup stock class, 14í?
How do you fine tune were to stand to get the best trim on the board? I know the tail should be just skimming on top of the water, but how about the nose? Is there a way to figure out where the sweet spot is or if the board is not right for you without the help of someone?
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