Red Paddle Co says about the 13'2 Voyager Plus MSL Inflatable SUP + Hybrid Tough Paddle
For life’s explorers, this paddle board package can carry all the kit you’ll need for your next expedition. The 13'2” Voyager+ inflatable SUP was created with epic adventures in mind and it's the board of choice of many extreme explorers around the world. You'll feel well-prepared for every adventure with this package.
High sides, large volume and narrower width make this board a high-speed cruiser, designed for competent paddlers. Whether you're embarking on a solo expedition, or heading out on a weekend-long paddle with friends, you'll love how practical this board is without compromising on performance.
Like the 12'6” Voyager, it has RSS battens for increased stiffness and glide when it's loaded with gear. It also has a removable fin, which slots into position easily by hand and is secured in place with a finger bolt. There are 5 ergonomic tubular carry handles on the board, making it super-easy and more importantly comfortable to transport to every location on your journey.
The Revolutionary V-Hull, by cleverly tapering the cut of the drop stitch, the new displacement V-shaped hull on the nose of the Voyager, breaks the surface tension of the water and keeps you gliding through your paddle stroke. The board slices through the water with ease and increased speed. This is a real game changer! Scientifically proven to improve effectiveness and efficiency compared to a flat hulled board, the V-Hull Voyager helps you paddle for longer with less effort. Another bonus. Is that the concave nose of the upper deck also creates more space under the bungees for all your gear.
The Twin Fin, we have introduced a twin fin set up on our Voyager board range - improving tracking and glide. By having two shorter fins rather than one longer fin, you'll be able to get into much shallower waters, opening up a wider variety of waterways to paddle. Another benefit is that you can load your board with all of your gear and it will remain super stable. It won't rock from side to side as you would find with one fin.