What is the biggest SUP?
The largest stand up paddle surfing (SUP) board measures 14.85 m (48 ft 8.65 in) in length and was achieved by Tropical (Spain) in Playa de Las Canteras, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain, on 25 September 2016.
How long is a 2 person paddle board?
The board is 11’5 x 34″, so a lot smaller than the Bluefin Cruise Tandem, but it can carry up to 170 kg / 375 lbs, which is in many cases enough for two people.
What is the biggest inflatable paddle board?
1. Bluefin Mammoth 18′ The Bluefin Mammoth is one of the best giant paddle boards you will find with an amazing size of 18′ x 60″ and a maximum capacity of 1433 lbs / 650 kg you can take up to 10 people, depending on the size and weight.
How long should my paddleboard be?
The most popular SUP boards for general use are 10-11 feet in length and between 32 and 34 inches wide. If stability is a high priority for you, you’ll want to look for a board that is 33-34 inches wide. You can go wider, but you may end up with a board that is sluggish and less fun to paddle.
Can 2 people use 1 paddleboard?
1. Bluefin Cruise Tandem 15. This is one of the longest paddleboards out there and it is truly made for two people to comfortably paddle together. That includes paddling in either a seated or standing position because it comes with two paddle kayak seats that can be clipped to the D-rings on top of the board.
Is a longer paddle board easier?
A longer board can increase the volume and capacity, which can make it feel more stable and allow you to carry more on the board (width and thickness are also factors in volume and capacity; see the SUP Width and SUP Thickness sections of this article).
Should I get a longer or shorter SUP?
The length of a board plays a major role in determining how the board handles. In general, longer boards are faster than shorter boards, but shorter boards are more maneuverable. Keep in mind your intended use when deciding what length SUP to buy: Short boards (under 10′) are great for surfing and/or kids.
How long of a paddle board do I need?
Guidelines for a Beginner Paddler / All-Around SUP
|Paddler Weight||SUP Width||SUP Length|
|Under 125 lbs (56kg)||31-32”||9’6″-10’9″|
|125-150 lbs (56-68 kg)||31-32”||9’6″-10’9″|
|150-175 lbs (68-79 kg)||31-33”||10’0″-12’6″|
|175-200 lbs (79 – 90 kg)||32-34”||10’0″-12’6″|
Can you paddle board if you’re fat?
You might wonder: can I stand up paddle board when I’m overweight? The answer is yes! It might seem a bit daunting to do because you may struggle to climb back on the board without assistance because of poor upper body strength, fatigue, or wider shape of your belly, but that’s the challenge you have to accept.