Wednesday, August 14, 2013

Newport Beach boat rentals is the place to go when you want to check out of the world for a while or just to have some fun. There are paddleboards, kayaks, deckboats, cruisers, electric boats, and small sailboats if you are not planning on going too far from shore. If the ocean is where you want to be, then there are runabouts and fishing boats.


A paddleboard is kind of like a canoe without the sides, and you stand up on it to paddle instead of sitting in the canoe to paddle. Paddleboards are becoming quite popular as a cross-training tool for athletes of all kinds. Beginners should look for the heavier, wider paddleboards. Experienced paddleboard riders will have a lighter-weight, thinner board. To begin learning how to use a paddleboard, it is recommended that you start out in shallower water in a kneeling position on the board. Once you get stabilized and balanced, you can rise to a standing position. You only use one paddle and can change the sides you are paddling on depending on which direction you want to go. Your knees should be bent a bit and your hips should be what is balancing you, not your head movement. Once you get the hang of I,t you can begin learning different strokes. Renting a paddleboard is the best way to find out if you like it before you spend the money on the equipment.

Which Boat for Your Group

The amount of people in your group and what you want to do will dictate the watercraft you rent. If you are looking for a leisure day on the water, then a cruiser might be the best choice. They have a cover to give you a place to get out of the sun and they are meant to go slow and steady. If you want to fish, then renting a fishing boat is what you are looking for. You will have to have a working knowledge of that type of boat and be able to maneuver it safely in and out of port and through the open water. Newport Beach boat rentals can also give you an opportunity to check out different watercraft while you are deciding which type of boat you want to buy.


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