I'm sad NSP discontinued...
I'm sad NSP discontinued this board because it's a delightful flatwater board. It's stable and easy to paddle, plus it has multiple tie-downs on the nose for gear. It's made of sturdy construction which was a good compromise between strength and weight. Because it's twelve feet long instead of 12'6", this isn't a legal entry into a racing class, but besides that, I really liked the board.
The board throws up a cool bow wave off the nose. You can gauge how fast you're moving by the size of the wave.
It was almost too wide. This board caters to less experienced paddlers, but to me it was too much stability. Because of the width and destroyer nose, I don't think it would do well in class chop.
This is a great flatwater, touring board.
I bought this board for my...
I bought this board for my wife who is only 120lbs and she can handle it with ease. We bought an oversize board to have kids and dogs with her. The board can handle all the extra weight and is still maneuverable. It is a very stable board in flat or rough water. The board is a little plain as far as graphics, but it's another reason she liked it. Plain and simple a great board for a larger person or someone looking to have multiple people on it. I would highly recommend this board.
Stable, smooth and can accommodate multiple people. I had myself and two kids with no problems.
It's a big board. Storage and portability a little difficult, but worth it once on the water.
Recreation and exercise
Flat water SUP = super...
Flat water SUP = super uber propeltion.
Good in salt and fresh water!
Tour Hong Kong waters and ride with snuffy the dog who loves every second.
Great training board and...
Great training board and despite its name "flatwater" works well in ocean chop. Ideal for training and very stable.
Stable and good in ocean chop.
Heavy to carry around.
Exercise and island/beach hopping.