People always think of paddleboarding as a calm sport and it can be most of the time, but if you don’t plan your paddle you could get caught out by either or both the wind and tide.
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Stand Up Paddleboarding is a great way to enjoy the water, from calm sheltered bays along the coast, to the white-water fun that can be had along a river but remember to be mindful to know your your limits and keep yourself safe whilst paddling. Here are some of our top tips to think about before you hit the water!
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If you’re new to Stand Up Paddleboarding, navigating the minefield of knowing what to take with you can be difficult, so we’ve put together a list of our top items, from the bare essentials for keeping you safe, through to the items you’ll want to take with you to enhance the experience of being out on the water! While most SUP packages will include the basics to get you started, there are some extras to consider:
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What you wear SUPing depends heavily on where you are in the world and what temperatures you get, therefore we will be basing the below on UK Averages, so please make sure you plan for the different water temperature and air temperatures where you are and check the forecast for the changing weather conditions!
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Stand Up Paddleboarding is an incredible way to enjoy and explore the water, but as with all water sports, the right preparation and kit can have a huge impact on the enjoyment levels. Without a doubt, one of the most important points of preparation to consider is your safety, and that’s where a personal floatation device comes in.
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