Sailing, Surfing and other things waterbased

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    Kelly's pool next on the junk tennis tour, perfect but hard to beat natural waves

  • Bit of a thread hijack but I don't want to put it in classifieds. Probably a bit niche for here but, you never know...

    I have for sellz a well used Jackson SUPercharger river running SUP in a very fetching orange. Perfect for rocky UK rivers

    It's huge, weighs a ton, is nigh on indestructible, and a fantastic, stable (strong and stable, I suppose you'd say) river runner.

    9'8" long, 36" wide, 8" thick, weighs about 25 kilos.

    It has a recessed deck with thicIk, grippy foam pads. Has a single fin which is a bit bent but still does the job. I should imagine you could get a replacement from someone like Kent Canoes, but I was never bothered. You don't need it for river running anyroad

    I'm in Northampton



    Circumnagivation of UK on a SUP. Brendan, through his charity work, provides free water safety sessions to schools.

  • I was kayaking at studland today and saw someone on an e-foil. Looked like a lot of fun. He eventually returned to his yacht so I paddled over to find out what it was.

    He said they cost about 7 grand(!). He also asked if I wanted a go, I bottled it and said no (too many expensive crafts around!).

    He said he sometimes follows the red funnel ferry from Southampton to isle of wight and once he is in the wake of the ferry he does not need to power the foil.

  • Not sure if asking here or in the touring thread: anyone any experiences of packrafts? Seen mention of kokepelli and backcountry.Scot does alpacka boats. Floating/exploring rivers in the U.K. seems quite attractive in the current climate!

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