I used a Ta'loo-ard Paddlesail in a wonderful event called Stand up for the Cure, in Newport Beach, California. What a BLAST!
- Sue Ann Higgins, Newport Beach, California
It's so easy to sail, I've soon tried a few tricks with my favourite 12'6" iSup.
So much pleasure that I can't keep off that grin in my face, right now...
- Denis Henriques, Vendee France
My sister sailed while I sat on the front of the SUP taking pictures of the coastline. We moved so fast we even had a wake. We laughed the whole way. What a memory. I can't wait to do it again!
- Sally George, St. Thomas, USVI
can see myself using this on the lakes in Texas. I tried it on Magens Bay (St. Thomas) with my raft ... What fun!
- Patti Blood, Texas
I thoroughly enjoyed my paddlesail experience. What a great accessory and alternate source of power. It's a good way to rest and still move.
- Bill Adams, St. Thomas, USVI
Before I "got wind" of the Ta'loo-ard Paddlesail, I didn't see stand-up paddleboarding as an activity that was compatible with windy days. Now I embrace both calm and windy days. Paddling upwind is a fantastic, full body workout that specifically targets the shoulders, obliques, quadriceps and glutes ... and then it is so much fun to reward that work by unfurling my colorful sail and letting the wind carry me back across the bay. The paddlesail has enhanced my respect for nature and the power of my own body.
-- Jennie Green, St. Thomas, USVI
I am an intermediate-experienced SUP paddler with kayak and some sailing experience. Tried the paddlesail for the first time at Magens Bay on Sunday 5/20. Had variable offshore winds and enjoyed the sail for the downwind runs. Sat down on the board to block less wind and dragged an upwind foot to sail closer to the wind ... NOT JUST DOWNWIND SAILING. I sat further back to dig fins in harder. Had a great time. Thanks!
-- Bobby Rupnick, Long Island, NY