Paddle board

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George Freeth is credited as inventing the rescue paddleboard

noun - Paddleboards are of two classes, stock boards, which have a fixed rudder and are about 12 feet long, and unlimited boards, which have a moveable rudder and may be of any length. Paddleboards are made of fiberglass, epoxy, and/or carbon fiber and are generally quite large (ranging from 8-21 feet) and are used by ocean lifeguards, marathon swimming escort crew members, and ocean lifesavers around the world.

Catalina Classic Paddleboard Race


rescue board, paddleboard

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