SYNERGY : Sailing Into the New Year

An added bonus to several of the standup paddle board lines that we sell, is that they are also sailable…

StarboardNaish…& the Mark Nelson shaped Mistral Pacifico Wave

Whether or not you decide to sail them, you get a better built board…and, one with better resale value…

The sail attachment area is dead center…exactly where you stand to paddle a SUP…
This area is reinforced for the extra stress of a sail rig…the fin boxes are also reinforced…

Of course, they all come with built-in handles…all of the SUP’s we carry do…

Now, we introduce the value driven Severne Synergy sail rig package to unlock the hidden value in your SUP…

The Synergy rig is the perfect blend of simplicity and performance in one dedicated package. Every component in the Synergy rig was developed from the ground up to ensure easy assembly, maximum durability and real performance.

Every package comes with clear instructions, no prior knowledge is required…

These sail rigs are half the cost if the components were purchased separately…

2009 Synergy Rig Package (Complete) : 4.8m2 : $699
2009 Synergy Rig Package (Complete) : 5.4m2 : $739
2009 Synergy Rig Package (Complete) : 6.0m2 : $749
2009 Synergy Rig Package (Complete) : 6.7m2 : $775
2009 Synergy Rig Package (Complete) : 7.3m2 : $799

Pricing is aimed specifically at the standup paddler / windsurfer looking for simplicity… the Synergy is also ideal as a package that can be shared amongst a family due to the large range of sizes and adjustment. The sail incorporates our newest design ideas in shaping, stability and performance. A single Synergy tension combination works with all sizes.

All components carry color coding for quick reference to correct size.

Here is a shot of SUP windsurfing on the Naish…

It’s a blast when the wind picks up…
I was standup paddlesurfing earlier this day before the wind came up…quickly went back to the van and threw a sail rig together…15 minutes later I was back on the water…

WARDOGSYNERGY : Sailing Into the New Year

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