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Paddleboarding Tips: Cross Stepping on a Standup Paddleboard (SUP)

Cruising around on your standup paddleboarding is a lot of fun, but eventually you may start wondering what it is like moving around on your board and making use of all that real estate in front of and behind you.  So here is a some […]

Awesome Paddleboard History

Way back in the mid 18th century Captain Cook was discovering all kinds of cool stuff in the South Pacific.  But one of the most awesome things he saw was how the locals got around on the water at all these islands they were visiting.  […]

7 mistakes new paddleboarders make…and how to avoid them

One of the best things about stand up paddleboarding is how easy it is to get started.   If you can stand up and wield a paddle, you can most likely standup paddleboard.  But there are a number of easily remedied mistakes that new paddlers tend […]

10 reasons why standup paddleboarding is better than kayaking

Standup paddleboarding is the fastest growing water sport in the world.  Coincidence?  We think not.  There are many wonderful things about SUP that have led to it the top of the list of latest and greatest things that everyone should try. Standup paddleboarding is gaining […]

Paddleboard Tours to RI’s Lighthouses

Last month the Providence Journal published an article about RI Lighthouse tours along with an interactive map. It offers several options for seeing the 21 lighthouses in the state by boat and even by helicopter. Since I don’t think in terms of boats and helicopters, […]

Paddleboard Tours to RI’s Lighthouses- the East Passage of Narragansett Bay

There are 21 lighthouses in RI…19 of them are “on the mainland” and 2 are on Block Island. While my intent is to paddle to all of them, Block Island will probably not happen this paddleboarding season. So far I have made it to 14. […]


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