Stand Up Paddle Surfing Global Travel
SUP and the City, Birmingham UK | Print |
Saturday, 07 May 2011 11:30


The thing I love most about SUP right now is that the sport, although growing at a massive rate, is still small. There is a really friendly vibe. When I go surfing at my local break I know most of the other SUPers, although that is starting to change now as more people get into the sport. So to be invited up to a brand new and growing club, was a real treat to feel that buzz of something new.

Stand Up Paddle in the Mentawis, Indonesia | Print |
Friday, 15 April 2011 15:22


Naish SUP team member and SUPGlobal roving reporter Gareth Grant headed out to the Mentawis Islands to see if he could score some perfection on his SUP. Gareth is a regular on the UK contest scene and is often seen on the the South Coast of the UK ripping it up, but what would this Indonesian trip be like?

Stand Up Paddle in Central Portugal | Print |
Friday, 18 March 2011 13:31

praia portinho arrabida stand up paddle boarding Portugal

Jason from got in touch with us at SUPGlobal and agreed to put together an article about the opportunities for SUPing in and around Central Portugal. Well known for its amazing waves Portugal also offers SUPers a chance to paddle through beautiful gorges and past medieval castles.

Saint Martin/Sint Maarten Stand Up Paddle Caribbean style | Print |
Wednesday, 19 January 2011 00:57

Stand up paddle in the caribbean, St Martin

Saint Martin or Sint Maarten is an island in the northeast Caribbean, approximately 300km east of Pueto Rico and less than four hours flying time from New York. It is approximately 67km2 with the island geographically split 40%/60% between the Netherlands and France. Although the Netherlands has a smaller proportion of the island they have more inhabitants (38,927 apparently). So that explains why the Island has two names, but what has that got to do with Stand Up Paddle ?

Cold Chile Waves - Stand Up Paddle Surfing Heaven | Print |
Friday, 09 July 2010 00:05

stand up paddle surfing chile

Sometime you have to let the pictures do the talking. Our man in Chile, Naish rider Arnaud Frennet has been tackling giant, freezing, lefthand waves at , Punta De Lobos, Pichilemu, while we have been basking in a Northern Hemisphere summer, with small sloppy waves. Pichilemu is regarded as one of the best spots and most consistant spots in Chile to surf. Arnaud takes over the story:

Isle De Oleron and Isle De Re, France | Print |
Monday, 21 June 2010 13:56

stand up paddle franceTez tells us about this trip to stand up paddle in France. Having spent a few holidays in the past down in the usual spots of SW France (Biarrtiz, Anglet, Hossegor etc) I thought it was high time that a visit should be paid to the Charentes Maritime area and it's two islands. This is mainly due to the curiosity factor of wanting to compare the conditions you get on those islands to the conditions we get here on our island (Hayling) Plus the fact we both needed a holiday and had never been to this area before.

Emerald Isolation - Stand Up Paddle in Ireland | Print |
Monday, 18 January 2010 01:36

stand up paddle irelandIreland, the emerald isle, poetic and yet accurate. I have been taking trips to Ireland and surfing for the last 15 years. In that time there have been huge changes over there, the fragile peace that has come to the North, the prolifereation of road building and infrastructure bought about by European Union funds, the rise and fall of the Celtic tiger, the huge amount of house building. Despite all of this, what draws me back year after year, and what stays imprinted on my eye lids is the perfect isolation and the waves !

187 Miles on a stand up paddle board through the Grand Canyon | Print |
Tuesday, 27 October 2009 00:00
grand canyon

Hawaiian veteran lifeguard and big-wave rider Archie Kalepa is no stranger to life-changing experiences. There have been many during his 46 years of life spent in and around the ocean. He never imagined that the fresh waters of inland America would deliver the most astounding experience of all: connecting his native Hawaiian experience to that of the American Indians, and incidentally setting a world record of being the first to standup paddle 187 miles through the Grand Canyon.

Indies Trader III Stand Up Paddle Surfing Mentawais, Indonesia. | Print |
Monday, 25 May 2009 11:21
Stand up paddle surfing Mentawais

Sometimes we get a stand up paddle surfing story that arrive on the wire that make us stop and take a sharp intake of breath. That has just happened and we dropped everything get these online. The guys from C4 Waterman have been out on the boat Indies Trader III to do some stand up paddle surfing on some juicy Mentawais waves. As Captain Martin Daly says "I'll let the pictures do the talking !"

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