Our good buddy Leo on his 2012 Kerr board. Kootenay Lake, August 2017.
Our dear friend Jocelyn, bravely brought her camera out with her on the water and got these great shots – starting out and of her wake on Slocan Lake, BC. Thank you Jocelyn!
Steve on the water
You’re invited to join us and paddle Kootenay Lake, for one day or seven days, from Meadow Creek to Nelson, June 25 – July 1, 2015. Nelson Kootenay Lake Tourism is providing support on-land and on-water to make your trip as safe and enjoyable as possible. Come with us and experience all this magnificent lake has to offer; from vibrant wetlands to expansive beaches to rich mountain forests. For more info click here
This is an 11’5 standup paddleboard surfboard. It’s shaped for surfing and also very good on flat water, very fluid and versatile. It’s by far, the most high end board I’ve ever made, built over the last year and a half.
As with all of my boards, the wood is locally harvested from a FSC certified, ecologically focused Community Forest Co-op
in Harrop-Proctor, BC
The siderails are round, tapering to an edge at the tail, giving the ability to carve into a wave.
The fin is 8″ clear fiberglass. It tracks well and is very maneuverable. The siderails are made with 1/4″ cedar strips, coloured with pigmented epoxy – very strong due to the layers of epoxy required to achieve a solid color.
It’s available, see my Purchase and Pricing page for more information if you’re interested – thanks!
“smooth glide , beautiful lines. My best days are out on the water with my board “
-Cristin, Nelson , B.C.
Some of my recent work – this is a local surfboard counter top installation, built in place in a renovated church in Ymir, BC.
The shape is adapted directly from the owner’s 7′ surfboard