REVIEW: The new bimini & Stingray hydrofoil

REVIEW: The new bimini & Stingray hydrofoil

March 11, 2019

PUTTING THE NEW PAU HANA BIMINI AND STINGER HYDROFOIL TO THE TEST

RIGGING THE BIMINI WITH 5HP MOTOR AND TOW ROPE.

The new 15 ft. Inflatable Bimini designed to house an outboard motor on the built in transom is an ultra-light SUP assault vehicle. The 15 x 6 ft. inflatable iSUP is an incredible platform for fishing, support crews, and photographers. We rigged a 6-hp motor, grabbed a tow-rope, and brought along the new Pau Hana Stingray Hydrofoil mounted to the Carve Pro to hit the waters of Marina Del Ray. We loaded the Bimini with a few beach chairs and a cooler for a full day of fun. It is impressive to say the least how quick and nimble the Bimini navigated the channel. Once outside the no wake zone it was time to jump on the Stingray Hydrofoil and we all had a blast testing out these innovative SUPs. Watch our Pau Hana Time on the water here!  

fitting the motor on the giant bimini SUP
having fun on the giant bimini inflatable SUP
having fun on the giant bimini inflatable SUP
having fun on the giant bimini inflatable SUP
The Pau Hana Bimini SUP with outboard motor
having fun on the giant bimini inflatable SUP
foiling behind the bimini giant SUP
foiling behind the bimini giant SUP
Having fun on the Bimini giant SUP
Having fun on the Bimini giant SUP
Having fun on the Bimini giant SUP
Having fun on the Bimini giant SUP
Article by Kevin Cullun. Photos by Kevin Cullun.


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