10’6″ Discovery

Description

Designed to get you on the water quickly and easily, Discovery is the smallest in our range of flat-water exploration stand-up paddleboards.

10’6” x 30” x 6½” – 260l

Named after the smallest of ships from Captain James Cook’s Pacific voyages (Discovery was the support vessel on Cook’s third Pacific voyage), our Discovery provides a stable platform for paddling and will carry a small load if you’re setting off on an overnight expedition. Like all of our flat-water SUPs, Discovery features a deep concave running through the rear two thirds, a reverse stern for maximum length at waterline, and a raised foredeck to keep the nose clear when paddling in choppy conditions. A highly adaptable paddleboard, Discovery is the ideal SUP for lighter paddlers, or for anyone mindful of storage space and ease of transport to and from the water.

Customise Your Discovery

From £7,500.00

Over the years, we have found different ways to make our paddleboards personalised and unique, from customised artwork to wooden map inlays. If you have a particular idea, or request, don’t hesitate to reach out and see what we can do for you.

We often have a waiting list with varying lead times, so if timing is critical for you, contact us for an estimated completion date.

If you find yourself unsure of any of the options above, we are more than happy to organise a phone or zoom call to help guide your choice to get the board that is best for you. Just email us and we’ll line something up!

If we haven’t quite managed to answer your question, it might be on our FAQ page, or pop it in an email and we’ll get back to you.

We often have a waiting list with varying lead times, so if timing is critical for you, contact us for an estimated completion date.

If you find yourself unsure of any of the options above, we are more than happy to organise a phone or zoom call to help guide your choice to get the board that is best for you. Just email us and we’ll line something up!

If we haven’t quite managed to answer your question, it might be on our FAQ page, or pop it in an email and we’ll get back to you.