Starboard 2019 12’0” x 30” Go ASAP
Starboard 2019 12’0” x 30” Go ASAP
Starboard 2019 12’0” x 30” Go ASAP
Starboard 2019 12’0” x 30” Go ASAP
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Starboard 2019 12’0” x 30” Go ASAP

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$2,199.00
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THE FRIENDLY FUN BOARD THAT MAKES ANY PADDLER FEEL PRO

Amazing glide is created by the deep wide middle channel which forms a flatter faster bottom middle curve.

Benchmark stability from the concave catamaran style hull enables one to ride a board 2 inch less wide than normal, increasing the glide.

Great turnability provided by the wide tail platform which makes it easy to step back.

 

12’0”x30”: The fastest GO board in the range, offering a fast and stable board in a traditional surf outline shape. This board is so fast that we were able to test it against 12’6” race boards. 

Length (imperial) 12'0''
Length (cm) 365.8 cm
Width (imperial) 30''
Width (cm) 76.2 cm
Thickness (imperial)                   4.6'' 
Thickness (cm) 11.7
Tail Width (Imperial) 16.6''
Tail Width (cm) 42.2 cm
Volume 221 L 
Rider Weight 60-100 kg
Fin Set Up Single (WS: Thruster)
Fins 230 (WS: 230 and sail fins)
Weight Starlite
12.2 kg (Est)
Weight ASAP
13.8 kg (Est)
Weight Starlite WS
12.4 kg (Est)
Bottom Shape
Deep channel throughout

 

Performance: Extra stable and smooth glide makes paddling simple for the ultimate first time SUP experience. ASAP and Starlite technologies are strong, lightweight and durable, this is the ideal board for schools and centers worldwide. 

Target Rider: The perfect introduction for first time paddlers who want to paddle fast and stay dry. The size range from 12’0” to 9’4” accommodates all rider weights and abilities. The bigger sizes offer the most stability from the wider outline, while the shorter narrower boards are suited for lighter riders offering greater tracking and maneuverability.

Conditions: Designed to offer the best experience on flat-water and light wind chop.