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13.5 Inflatable MotoSUP Kayak Paddle Board Hybrid


$399.00
Short description:
MSRP: $798.00  
MSUP414
$39.00
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13.5' Multi-Functional SUP Hybrid with features of Kayak and Motor board!

Join 2 or more SUPs together for tandem kayaking. Or, add motor mount and zip away!

NEW! Use 2 SUPs to join into motorized or sail catamaran.

Saturn Inflatable SUP paddle board have multiple set of D-rings on both sides of the board for the attachment of optional kayak seats or sand beach chairs, to use this paddle board as a sit-on-top kayak for 1-2 people. Secure low profile beach chairs with optional tie downs, and paddle in a total comfort! Or, use it for stand up paddling or surfing waves. New V2.0 paddle board now comes with 2 large removable fins for excellent directional stability. Use 1 or 2 fins, up to you!

What makes this paddle board unique, is cut out in a rear. It designed to match front of same paddle board model, so that two or more paddle boards can be lashed together, one after another. Set of D-rings in rear of each board matches set of D-rings in front section of next board. This way boards can be secured together with help of optional tie downs or straps, converting 2 separate paddle boards into a tandem kayak! Or, may be add more even boards, to create unique kayak train for more fun and more people!

2 paddle board catamaran configuration

What makes this board even more unique, is additional set of 4 D-rings designed in such way that wooden board can be secured on top of board with help of 2 tie downs. Easy to do-it-yourself motor mount can be installed on top of wooden board, so that to add electric trolling motor, up to 55lbs. Please see instructions below. This will allow to use board as motorized watercraft for zipping around for hours with electric motor and 12V battery.

SATURN Inflatable MotoSUP Features:

  • Explore lake shores, rivers, and bays.
  • Can be used as a sit-on-top inflatable kayak.
  • Set of 4 D-rings along board side for kayak seat or beach chair attachment.
  • Great for balance and upper body workout. Great for family fun and fitness.
  • Raised rocker tip prevents curling and helps improve performance.
  • Board constructed of 150mm (6") heavy-duty PVC drop-stitch fabric.
  • Easily removable large fin and 2 small surfing fins great for paddling, surfing or kayaking.
  • Can be inflated between 10 and 15 psi of air pressure. But, even 8 psi will make it stiff enough for kayaking.
  • High-pressure hand pump, carry bag, 2 fins, and repair kit are included!
  • NOT INCLUDED: beach chair, kayak seat, SUP paddle, kayak paddle, tie downs, motor mount.
  • Optional kayak paddles are available.
  • Board weight: 26 lbs. Packing size: 30x16x8"
  • Shipping weight: 32lbs.

Kayaking 1-2 persons MSUP414 Inflatable Paddle Board/ Kayak

Electric motor set up in rear

Electric motor set up on a side

DIY Instructions for motor mount add-on.

DIY Instructions to add motor mount to SUP325 paddle board

Overall Length:
13.5'
Overall Width:
30"
Overall Thickness:
6"
Person Capacity:
2
Max Capacity:
380 lbs
Suggested Capacity:
250 lbs
Max O/B Motor*:
55 lbs electric
Folded Size:
30 x 16 x 8"
Shipping Size:
34x16x11"
Shipping Weight:
32 lbs
Weight:
26 lbs

Trying to convince my buddies to buy one each so that we can go all together in a train of Sups at the beach, its going to be really fun. I liked it so far even if its by myself, very light build so its easy to carry and its made of good quality material so I expect it to last a long time.

My family has a beach flat in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico and I have wanted to take a stand-up paddleboard down there to leave. The problem is that it is very difficult to check a board on the airlines longer than 9’2.” Here in Las Vegas fall 2011, I saw some inflatable boards in the 11’ range starting out @ $550 that seemed like a perfect solution. I did a little research on the net and found that the cheapest solution was an 11’ Saturn SOT 330, which I ordered Nov. 2011 from Boats To Go. I paid $349 for the board and $49 for the paddle plus shipping for each.\r\n\r\nWhen I received it, I found that it was made in Korea. This was not a disappointment as I had done some white-water rafting in Costa Rica and found the Korean-made rafts to be very durable even with repeated scraping over rocks and trees/strainers.\r\n\r\nI inflated the board with the manual pump that was enclosed and was able to get to nearly 11 p.s.i. The “Naru” valve system is very good in that very little air is lost when the inflating hose is detached and it seems to hold air well for a prolonged amount of time due to the spring loaded valve system.\r\n\r\nHere in Southern Nevada, even though we are in a desert we have several lakes that are year-round accessible for water sports. I had so much fun stand-up paddling on my SOT 330 that I went three times in the first five days. Even in December, without a wetsuit I like to go out anytime that I have a long lunch break. I first tried stand-up paddling in Maui July 2010, where the ocean presents a much steeper learning curve.\r\n\r\nThe bottom of the SOT 330 is smooth which would appear to more apt to catch ocean waves than some of the more expensive inflatable boards with fancy-looking decks and corrugated bottoms. It has the look of a raft with the rings along the periphery, but this is simply more practical for securing items without sacrificing performance. The Naru valve cap elastic is even great for securing flip-flops/slippers/”slips” near the nose of the board!\r\n\r\nThe collapsible paddle from Boats To Go was shipped separately and extends to nearly 7’, yet folds up to fit in the bag in which the SOT330 inflatable SUP was shipped. This paddle works great maneuvering and powering through the water! The SOT 330 is great for being transported in any vehicle providing that one brings the manual pump along. The carry bag is great for holding all the gear. I love the kitsch “SATURN” (with accompanying ringed-planet) logo on the bag and board!\r\n\r\nIf not for the legal ramifications, I’d love to paddle the SOT 330 around the Bellagio fountains or any Las Vegas Strip pool navigating through bikinis. I have some friends who are identical twins from Long Beach, CA who took their collapsible two-piece foam surfboards to Stonehenge to pose for pictures after surfing at Cornwall, England. That might be an idea for the Saturn SOT 330 prior to its final destination in Puerto Vallarta, only 300 yards from where the original “Love Boat” cruise scenes were filmed. It could inspire new episodes. ; )

Hello! I just wanted to let you know how surprisingly pleased I am with my purchase of the Saturn 330 inflatable stand up paddle board. I had been researching boards because I wanted to take an SUP on my vacation to Costa Rica. I was also researching the cost of transporting the boards as well as any airlines that would allow them to be shipped as oversized cargo. What I discovered was that there was only 1 airline that would ship a 10 1/2 ft. board and it was going to be $150 each way. Ridiculous...especially since we planned to take one for each of the 3 family members traveling.\r\nReluctantly, I started looking at inflatable SUP's, but wasn't going to spend a ton of cash on a board that I might ultimately be unhappy with. Saturn Inflatable SUP seemed to be the best price, so I thought I'd take a chance and buy one. If the board was good enough, then I'd get two more for my other family members. \r\n\r\nThe paddle board came with a manual inflator. I opted not to get the electric one because as I said, I expected to not be satisfied with the inflatable version of the SUP. The manual version does take a bit more time and effort, but I was able to inflate it close to the recommended 10 psi. I also took some shock cord and utilized the d-rings on the board to hold my paddle and a small cooler. I headed out on the water and was quite surprised at how well the board handled. While I have experience with paddle boarding, my husband and son did not, but it only took a short time for them to gain their "sea legs" and be able to stand up to paddle. The board is perfect for beginning and intermediate paddle boarding. I've already had a lot of people asking me about the board...where I got it, what I paid, etc. I expect you'll be seeing more sales from Southern Wisconsin!

I just wanted to let you know how pleased I am with my new inflatable paddle board! I've been impressed with the sturdy construction of the board -- it really seems top quality. I love being able to throw it in the trunk of my little car and just go paddle -- no hassle! Setup is really quick and painless. I am new to paddle boarding and have had an easy time using the board, so I can recommend it to beginners. Thanks for my board, and for your excellent customer service -- I'm looking forward to buying from you again in the future!

Hello...i just wanted to tell you how happy I am with my purchase of the Saturn inflatable SUP and with my new electric pump. I can't believe how well it works and how fast it gets me into the water. I love the multi use that the SUP offers with the kayak seat and paddle conversion. My summer has been so much fun because of your products. I love that I can take the SUP anywhere because of it's portability. I live just outside of Philadelphia, and have had it everywhere from here to the Berkshires in Mass. I am recommending this SUP and your website to everyone I know and hopefully someone will order one of these fantastic, super fun products. I am a yoga teacher and have been practicing yoga on the SUP...what fun!!! thanks again... \r\n
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