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Bodyboards

Bodyboards are a fun accessory to have at the beach, and they are smaller than many standard surfing boards, which make them easier to transport. Bodyboarding may take a little practise for beginners, but it is a great segue into the world of surfboarding as well. There are plenty of bodyboards and accessories on the market that make enjoying water sports more fun for the young and young-at-heart.

Surfboards

Surfboards are long boards that are relatively lightweight, but still strong enough to hold the weight of a person. Depending on the way people choose to use the waves, people can use a surfboard in both a standing-up or lying-down position. Many people enjoy using surfboards as decorative objects, and others like to collect surfboards for other purposes. There are many amazing surfboard choices available to cover the needs of riders, designers, and collectors.

Skimboards

Want to ride a surfboard but do not like the idea of being in deep water? Skimboards may be a great option that allows you to enjoy the water without having to tread in deep waters. Skimboards are shorter than a standard surfboard and feature rounded edges on both ends. People use this type of surfing board in shallow water, which also makes it a great choice for youngsters when used under adult supervision.

Shortboards

Shortboards are a type of surfboard that people use to ride waves that are steep and fast. This board usually features thin rails, a pointed nose, and come with a nose rocker. Surfers who enjoy riding aggressive waves like the shortboard since the board allows the surfer to manoeuvre the board in ways that are difficult with longer board styles.

Fish Bodyboard

The fish board is a style of bodyboard that surfers use to catch slow breaking waves. Riders can attack slow waves more quickly on a fish board and find that the fish board rides smoothly due to the fast turning capabilities. The fish bodyboard is a great board for beginners to use because it is wider and, therefore, easier to balance.

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