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    Default Stand Up Paddleboards at CN??

    My wife and I got really into Stand Up Paddle Boards this summer. The last time we visited CN in 2012, we didn't see any. Are there SUP's at CN?
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    Yes, there are, and it's quite fun in Bloody Bay, because the water is very calm, storms aside.
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    We've seen them at CN every year for the last 3 or 4 years.
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    They have them at csa so I bet cn has them too.

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    Pretty sure I saw people on some at CN in December when we were there last because I remember thinking I really should try that .... But then I got another drink & the feeling passed. LOL Maybe this December ......
    Julie

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    Thanks to all. At least I can get a little exercise to burn off those Red Stripes!

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    I wonder if they have them at Couples Barbados?

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    Yup, they are heavy duty just like the blue one in the picture. I wore sandals otherwise your feet will kill after 10 minutes on the rough surface. They let me use my waist PFD which makes the paddle much more enjoyable. I would recommend getting one if you don't already have one. If not they will make you wear their life vest. I think they started opening the water sports earlier as well so you can hop on them early.

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    Besides the 'storm aside' note, would recommend earlier in the AM, for this (and yes they've had 2 or 3 SUP boards for a few years).

    The wind can pick up later in the day, time-of-year dependent possibly, but more importantly the jet-ski traffic can pick up later. Early in the AM can be fantastically calm and clear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joeymi View Post
    Yup, they are heavy duty just like the blue one in the picture. I wore sandals otherwise your feet will kill after 10 minutes on the rough surface. They let me use my waist PFD which makes the paddle much more enjoyable. I would recommend getting one if you don't already have one. If not they will make you wear their life vest. I think they started opening the water sports earlier as well so you can hop on them early.
    Thanks for the heads up on the PFD. Paddling with a full vest would suck. I would definitely be out there early as possible.

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