Sunday, 10 May 2009
Saturday, 2 May 2009
SUP is an increasingly popular surface watersport, with Hawaiian surfing origins, that benefits paddlers with a strong core workout. Importantly for almost waveless Samui, SUP is a form a surfing that allows one to go places without any need for waves to be present.Jonny paddles back from breakfast in Big Buddah
Adopted by an increasing number of surfer dudes who appreciate the enhanced wave-spotting potential of being able to stand-up on a stationary board. SUPing offers surfers the ability to catch more waves, as well as providing a better view of incoming waves.
Lucy's 3.6m Naish SUP with Polynesian design and padded deck area