Lightweight protection for your surfboard! Padded nose with stretch fabric to protect your surfboard from bumps, scratches, and UV rays. Prevents wax from melting or rubbing on your car’s interior when traveling to the beach! Great to use for additional protection when storing your board. Features: Padded Polyester nose Stretch fabric body Drawstring closure Bag for fins or wax We recommend choosing the same size or a size 3-6 inches longer than your board if the board is thicker or wider than usual. If you have a question regarding size, please contact us. Available shapes and sizes: Shortboard: 5’8″, 6’0″, 6’4″ Hybrid: 6’0″ Longboard: 8’2″, 9’6″
- Lightweight protection for your surfboard! Sock styled bag for protecting your surfboard to and from the beach.
- Sizing and Shape: we recommend a size right around the length of your surfboard. If your board it on the thinner side, and not very wide, we recommend a slightly smaller size. If it is a thicker style board, we recommend buying the exact size or couple inches longer. If you have a question about sizing, Please feel free to ask us!
- Padded nose with stretch fabric to protect your surfboard from bumps, scratches, and UV rays. Great for local trips to the beach, as well as extra protection inside travel bags!
- Prevents wax from rubbing on your car’s interior. We chose lightly colored material to help prevent your board from getting too hot.
“Labor Day Weekend” Paddle, at COLEMAN BEACH kayakmorrobay-02sept2012-MotionX-GPS-map
Virginia, Judy, Betty, Ron, Mike paddled/SUPed 6 miles in Morro Bay, CA: 8AM Sun. Sept.. 2, 2012, Special "Labor Day Weekend" Paddle, at COLEMAN BEACH opposite power plant stacks, Morro Bay, CA.
See interactive map at gps.motionx.com/maps/01798a2f095c2cae71156cd0e1dc352c
and on Google Maps at
[NOTE the early 8AM in-the-water-and-ready-to-go time to avoid holiday crowds]. We launch up to 15 minutes early if all voting are ready to go. Boat participants are required to wear properly fitting Coast Guard Apv’d PFD’s, and must have ability to perform unassisted self-recovery from a capsize. Sit-on-top kayaks are recommended. Sit-inside kayaks must have bailing equipment and fore and aft flotation chambers or secured flotation bags. Signal device (e.g., mirror, whistle, cell phone or marine radio); tow ropes front & rear, are recommended. New paddlers welcome. We are mature people doing non-performance paddling mostly on sit-on-tops, stand-up paddle (SUP) boards, and some closed-deck (sit-inside) kayaks, with an occasional canoe when conditions permit. We like to paddle together on the water observing wildlife with respect. Liability Disclaimer: Organizers assume no liability or responsibility for you. We are not professional guides or instructors. You alone assume full responsibility and liability for your actions if you participate. Study our orientation page kayak.morro-bay.com – To minimize message posts, please vote the attendance poll at groups.yahoo.com/group/kayakmorrobay/polls if you intend to participate. Please update your vote if you later change your mind. Dress for immersion; bring water and snack; booties for walking in mud or over the sandspit to the ocean. Called by Mike Baird mike [at} mikebaird d o t com 805-704-2064. Post your photos at www.flickr.com/groups/kayakmorrobay/ On a strong incoming tide, we will likely paddle from Coleman Beach to the north breakwater, then ride the tide to the museum Marina for a restroom break, then, if the winds and energy levels cooperate, paddle over to the sandspit, maybe take a walk over the sand corridor to the ocean, and paddle back clockwise around Grassy island. Bring plenty of water and snack as this could be a long outing ~ 3 hours. Bring booties or shoes for the sandspit walk. Attendance poll is at groups.yahoo.com/group/kayakmorrobay/surveys?id=13150690
Date:Sep 2, 2012 7:51 am
(valid until Mar 1, 2013) View on Map
Avg Speed:2.1 mph
Max Speed:4.6 mph
Avg Pace:28′ 54" per mile
Min Altitude:0 ft
Max Altitude:0 ft
By mikebaird on 2012-09-02 12:02:54