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Expedition Wood 14'0" X 30"

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Expedition Wood 14'0" X 30" - _expedition14a-1421493818

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“The board for one or multiple day adventures and expeditions.” After all the crossings and expeditions all over the world, Bart de Zwart had a clear idea of the perfect expedition board. It had to be fast yet stable with enough volume to carry gear and supplies if needed. It also had to be multi-functional: ready for a day trip with family or a 7-day solo adventure. The Expedition is all that and more. With the input from Bart, the Expedition was created with two inside compartments to stow gear, water or food and many options to tie down even more on deck. The extra side fin options and a front rudder will let you stay on course even in windy conditions. There are many small details which make this board complete: plugs for towing, leashes, GPS, compass and even a deck track for windsurfing.

Bart will use this board for a 4-day open ocean crossing, an SUP adventure in Africa and also for an exploring day along the coast with his family.

With the race bottom shape and slightly higher nose this board is designed to go anywhere from flat water, to rivers to open ocean.

Go Adventure!

“Round V double concave midsection to deep V concave tail”

Tail Width: 16.5”



15 kg/m3 fused cell core for light weight and increased water resistance.
A 500 kg/m3 veneer of 0.6mm biaxial Australian Pine forms an outer layer on the deck resulting in extra impact resistance, rigidity and further improved overall hull integrity.
A three-dimensional glass laminate is wetted out with high grade expanding epoxy resin. This creates a thicker impact resistant outer skin with increased overall hull strength.
Glass rail reinforcements for extra stiffness against snapping when nose diving.
Extra reinforcements are placed around all inserts, resulting in zero insert damage reports so far.
Starboard pioneered molded wood technology in 1994 and first introduced it to their Surf and Windsurfer board lines.

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