Stand Up Paddle Boarders in Brazil love the Airhead Na Pali SUP

Posted by on 5/27/2014

Check out these great photos from a customer in Brazil that bought the Airhead Na Pali while visiting the United States! Proof that the Na Pali is extremely easy to inflate and portable to take anywhere you want! 


Please keep in mind the United States Coast Guard has officially classified stand up paddleboards (SUP) as a vessel. SUP, the newly classified vessels must comply with federal Navigation Rules and “carriage” requirements when operated beyond the limits of a swimming, surfing or bathing area. Adult stand-up paddlers are required to have a USCG-approved life jacket also known as Personal Floatation Device (PFD, Type III) for each person, a sound signaling device (whistle), visual distress signal and navigation light (flashlight).


Though these regulations may not be true for Brazil & South America, Airhead still recommends that all SUP users wear a PFD or have one on board along with a sound signaling device and visual distress signaling device. Check out the 2 convenient Airhead SUP Coast Guard Kits that are available for purchase. Both come in a handy storage bag that's equipped with suction cup attachment points or tie off points for easy storage and transportation.

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