Starboard 10’5″ Drive vs. 10’5″ Wide Point

Our SUP board designer, WARDOG ®, developed the original Wide Point design that Starboard put into production in 2011…
We’ve replaced the Starboard 10’5″ Drive vs. 10’5″ Wide Point with our 10’3″ Mahalo line…

The SUP Sports ® MAHALO SERIES SUP’s were designed and developed in the standup paddling mecca of Santa Barbara, California on the West Coast of North America…the Mahalo Series 10′ x 30″ x 4.4″ ~ 160 liters :: 10’3″ X 29.75″ X 4.4″ ~ 165 liters :: 10’3″ X 31″ X 4.5″ ~ 175 liters :: 10’3″ X 33″ X 4.5″ ~ 185 liters (quad + 1) are very refined all around SUP’s that excel as both wave riders with great glide (fast rockers) and stability…as well as flat water and ocean paddlers…

They start at only $1099 for our premium quality vacuum bagged sandwich construction…the gorgeous Australian Pine veneers are only $1299…and, our brushed carbon versions are only $1799…better performance…better aesthetics…better value…

We also build custom made in USA Mahalo SUPs…

Click on pics below for more info…

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We’ve been getting lots of inquiries on the difference(s) between the 2011 Starboard 10’5″ Drive and the new 10’5″ Wide Point…

These pics should help…

The 10’5″ x 32″ Wide Point has more rocker (nose & tail) and volume…the 10’5″ x 30″ Drive is thinner and has a more pulled tail…with less rocker overall…and, a wider nose…

Perhaps, the biggest differential is in the volume parameter…the Drive is 160 liters vs. the 186 liters of the 10’5″ Wide Point…specs below…

Here’s a look at the new aqua 8’5″ x 30″ Pocket Rocket…

The new brushed carbon 11’2″ x 30″ Blend…

More comparison images of these 2011 Starboard SUP’s in this GALLERY

WARDOGStarboard 10’5″ Drive vs. 10’5″ Wide Point