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SUP Safety – What You Should Know

Stand up paddleboarding (SUP) is one of the best and most fun activities that you can have on the water. Of course, when you head out to the water to have some fun, safety may not be the first thing on your mind. However, safety on the water should always come first...

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Paddleboard Finder and Design

If you want to enjoy hours of fun on the water, finding the right paddleboard can be a challenging decision. There seems to be an endless array of paddleboards to choose from, each with their own shape, design, and purpose. If you are looking to buy a paddleboard for...

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Paddleboarding – Improving Technique

If you really want to get the best out of your paddleboarding experience, it's really important to work on your technique. It doesn't matter if you are a complete beginner to Stand Up Paddling (SUP) or you are an experienced racer, the basics of the paddleboarding...

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Paddleboarding for Fitness and Training

Forget heading to the gym, if you want to improve your fitness or have a training workout, you should get your paddleboard and head out to the water. Paddleboarding is not just a great way to have fun but provides a great opportunity for a workout. In fact, almost...

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How to Buy a Paddleboard

Paddleboarding is one of the best ways to have fun on the water, so it's not surprising that it's one of the fastest growing water sports in the world. Paddleboarding can be as extreme as surfing or as laid back as having a yoga session. It is a great way to see...

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Downwinders

You can surf, race, fish, cross train and do yoga on a SUP but you can also downwind! 'down winders' meaning you paddle with the wind blowing in your back taking you downwind of your starting point. This is usually done on longer boards of 12’6 ,14 foot plus and...

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Time to get back on the water!

Are you itching to get back on the water? Skiing not so good. Just because it is still technically winter and the water may be cold, you can still paddle anytime of year. I have actually paddled more this past month than I have skied. The weather has been unusually...

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Hard or Rigid SUP vs Inflatable or ISUP

Hard or Rigid Board Need a specific rack to carry on the car. have to carry by hand or in an appropriate bag to the beach. Need at 10 feet long of room to store. Ready to go, you can go paddling right away.  Better stability and higher performance according to the...

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Why should you paddle in Naramata?

Why should you paddle in Naramata?Do you like to paddle in a serene and quiet area without the noise and crazy hectic pace of Penticton or Kelowna?You won't see Para-sailors, kite boarders, or tons of wave runners. The pace out here on and off the water is a lot less...

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Sunnsup

SUN N' SUP HOURS

SPRING

April 15th to June 6th
Wednesday -Friday: 11:00am - 5:00 (ish)
Saturday: 10-5ish
Sunday: 11-4ish
Closed Mon. & Tues. in APRIL & MAY

JUNE 7th - 30th
Monday - Saturday: 10:00am - 5:30pm
Sunday: 10:00am - 4:00pm

SUMMER

July 1st - August 26th

MON. to SAT.: 9:30am - 6:00pm
Sun: 10:00am - 5:00pm

August 27th thru long weekend
10:00am-5:30pm &
Sun 10:00am-4:00pm 

Tuesdays July & August (until mid-August) sup rentals 5:30 - 7:30pm

SEPT/OCT HOURS

Please call shop for opening and closing times.

WINTER HOURS

Available by appointment only November through April