Cruiser SUP Voyager Dura-Air 11'6" Inflatable
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11'6" x 34"

Cruiser SUP Voyager Dura-Air

The Cruiser SUP Voyager Dura-Air 11'6" is the ultimate flat water inflatable SUP. Ideal for novices up to 275lbs, the Voyager is also the ideal board for adventure touring or SUP fishing. Ample volume, width, and multiple tie down points make carrying all your gear a snap!

The Voyager Air 11'6" is the perfect mix of speed, tracking, and stability. For novices in flat to choppy water, the Voyager Air 11'6" is stable and easy to learn on. However, the Voyager Air 11'6" nose shape allows for ultra straight tracking for more advanced riders looking to cover distance. The Voyager Air 11'6" excels in adventure touring, SUP Camping, and SUP Fishing with seemingly endless tie down points to secure all your gear such as back packs, tents, coolers, or tackle boxes. With the Voyager Air 11'6", the possibilities are endless.

The Voyager Air 11'6" features Cruiser SUP exclusive double skin construction which allows for maximum stiffness and durability. The Voyager Air 11'6" comes with fin, pump, Premium deck pad, and 3 Piece Adjustable Alloy Paddle.

The Voyager Air 11'6" offers both fun and function for novices, or more adventurous flat water paddles looking to get out and explore.
Voyager Dura-Air Nose View
Voyager Dura-Air Side View
Voyager Dura-Air Tail View
Technical Specifications:
Length: 11'6"
Volume: N/A
Width: 34"
Thickness: 6"
Weight: *(+/- 10%)
(Double Skin Construction)
28 lbs
Fin Type: 10"
Warranty: 1 Year
Weight Range: (lbs)
Beginner: Up to 275
Advanced: Up to 320

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Dura-Air Construction Cutaway

Dura-Air Construction Specs
Dura-Air Construction Cutaway

CRUISER SUP Dura-Air Technology
- Heavy Duty, Full Double Layer Technology from world's most renowned manufacturer
- Unmatched 15 to 20psi air pressure / stiffness due to quality materials and manufacturing process
- Most modern inflatable board manufacturer
- Removable fin with zero tools needed
- Premium quality crocodile texture deck pad, carry handles, and deck bungee tie downs
- Cruiser SUP AIR 20psi pump - Industry leading Bravo pump for top quality

The Dura-Air construction features V-Drop Stitch Material, which is a durable PVC. On the inside, thousands of nylon threads connect the deck with the bottom of the board to keep it in a functional and performing shape. Utilizing the best drop-stitch material available on the market, this newly developed technology provides a perfect ratio of durability, weight and price.

Built using specially produced, high density drop stitch that makes for a stronger and stiffer core. Take a look on the outside of a Cruiser SUP Dura-Air board and you will see thousands of dimples spread from nose to tail and rail to rail. Each dimple represents an internal thread. We do not use Linear drop stitch which is a mass produced, cheap material that cannot hold high pressure. Linear boards can be identified by the straight lines of dimples on the board.

All our boards are made with the latest PVC Drop stitch fabrics. The fabric filaments between the two PVC layers surfaces are assembled to the PVC itself, by new Cruiser SUP Dura-Air Technology. Offering the best bond between the fabric filaments and the PVC surface layers; this secures a high stress durability over a long time frame. These special new Cruiser SUP Dura-Air fabrics are the only fabrics that have been tested to be able to withstand up to 43 psi inflation pressure and can be normally used with an average of 15 to 20 psi inflating pressure. Higher pressure means stiffer boards, that can hold their original shape at all times, thus preventing shape deformation, and thereby delivering better performance in all conditions.

In addition to these special drop stitch fabrics, the boards are heat laminated with an extra Heavy Duty full layer PVC woven marine grade fabric on the deck and bottom, so that the Dura-AIr boards are both strong and durable, prevent the shape "twisting" and maintain the rocker line, as originally designed.

Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
LOVING IT August 31, 2015
Reviewer: Todd M. from Highlands Ranch. Colorado  
I had started out doing classes with a local SUP company, I am a fairly large person, 6' and 300# and started using the HALA Fame board which is 3'' wider than this one, it took me quite a few outings to get the hang of the board since I am over its weight limit as a beginner, I am not falling off anymore and getting to the finer points of SUP'ing now, I can say for sure that the nose of this board sure does cut thru the water better than the HALA board I was using. I would recommend this company and this board to anyone that asks me, it is great and what a blast

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Ice and snow
Reviewer: Diver Dave from Great White North.  
When I received my paddle board it was early December. The Lake was frozen. I inflated it in the living room. With the 75 lb dog and 200lb guy  standing on the inflatable board .  Thinking of warmer times to come. All parts where there. It was delivered in a timely manner. Am thinking I will thew it on a plane. so I can enjoy it.

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Good board, good construction
Reviewer: Anonymous Person  
I bought two boards to take with me to a house in the Caribbean.  The shipping costs for non-inflatible boards were prohibitive.   I was able to check each of these boards as standard luggage using a duffle bag.  These boards work great with one exception:  if you will be using them in a windy location, I would not go with an inflatible.  Due to their greater thickness and shape, they are more susceptible to wind loading in my opinion which can be a bummer on an island known for wind (my duuuh).  Inflating the boards is also a bit of a work out.  If you plan on inflating/deflating often, I believe there are better pump options?  Ask.

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