Try something new on your trip to Florida. Paddleboarding gives you the sensation of walking on water, while having fantastic visibility of the sea creatures down below, and getting a fantastic workout in the process!
The Hyatt Pier will be temporarily closed through August 2014. Unfortunately, this attraction will be unavailable until AFTER August 2014.
An hour of paddleboarding off the coast of Fort Lauderdale may prove to be one of the most exhilarating, awesome parts of your trip…and you’ll get a great tan doing it! Stand-up paddleboarding is a popular pastime in this Florida city, given the fairly decent surf that the Atlantic churns up onto the soft, sandy beaches. Best Boat Club brings you the chance to take your board out for an hour of sun, and surf at one of the country’s most amazing beaches.
Paddleboarding is a surface water sport, not entirely unlike surfing. The sport took off in the early 1900s in Hawaii, and while the early paddleboards were made of wood, today’s boards are lightweight, made of either fiberglass or carbon fiber. They average about ten feet in length, and paddleboarders are given a lightweight paddle with which to propel themselves into the surf, and to use as a rowing device when standing.
Are you considering paddleboarding, but aren’t sure if it’s right for you? While the rental staff will be available to give you some first-time guidance on the technical aspects of the sport, here are a few things to know about paddleboarding:
Save even more with these pre-built discount packages that include Paddleboard Rental in Ft. Lauderdale bundled with other great Miami attractions.