what are major surf ski brands being sold in southern europe?

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7 years 4 months ago - 7 years 3 months ago #28052 by Uffilation
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7 years 4 months ago #28059 by AR_convert
Allwave is Italian and has some very nice looking skis, no experience with them though.


www.allwave.it/

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7 years 4 months ago - 7 years 4 months ago #28103 by Uffilation
You are talking about this one, right?
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There are many flat "SOT" type shallow seat surfskis around though (Hayden style), many brands across the oceans > esp. targeting recreational, IMO.
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7 years 3 months ago #28254 by crallan
There actually IS progressive Europeans, but no one talks to him!
(The rest of us are raving mad conservatives scared shit less from free thinking!) ;)
I think surfski.info is full of recreational paddlers from all over the world, paddling for fun. But as surfskis are ocean racing boats I tend to use my surfski when I want to go for a fast downwind and (as you say) I'm probably not alone. If want to paddle out to go snorkeling with my kids I prefer to paddle something else, maybe a SOT or a sea kayak. If I want to go fast on a bike I take my racer or my downhill bike, if I'm going on a bike ride pic-nick with my friends I take an ordinary bike with comfy seating and a basket... Horses for courses and all that. With all that said I think the world is full of cross-over skis with hatches, greater stability and shallow seating or racier SOT that actually give you the possibility to go fast that are great weapons for wet and fun recreational paddling (even from Europe!) Nelo, Nordic Kayaks, Rotomod, Epic (not European though...) to name a few. A sincere good luck on your quest, I'm sure you'll find the holy grail that suits your needs and wants! God luck! The truth is out there :)

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7 years 3 months ago #28351 by crallan
V8: Beginner-
V10 Sport: Beginner/Intermediant-
Allwave CX: Advanced/Elite

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7 years 3 weeks ago #28846 by davgdavg
Mazu/Elio boats look nice, never been in one though.

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