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Paddleboarding

Say “SUP” to South Florida

With 47 miles of shoreline and a labyrinth of rivers, inlets and waterways criss-crossing our coast, The Palm Beaches are a stand-up paddleboarder’s paradise. The tropical climate and warm water temperatures make this part of South Florida a perfect SUP spot year-round, whether you’re a first-timer or an old pro.
 
If you haven’t jumped on the SUP bandwagon, here’s what you need to know: This ancient sport, which originated in Hawaii, is often described as a cross between canoeing and surfing. Standing on a surfboard-style paddleboard, you can propel yourself across the water with a long, one-bladed paddle. Just about anyone can do it, and its laid-back speed is perfect for exploring The Palm Beaches at your own pace.

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