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Reviews for Riviera 12'6" Voyager by Riviera Paddlesurf




4 stars (out of 5) Submitted by: Grace on 2014-07-07
Summary: I' like that there is a lot of space for gear (and my dog). Coast was also a big factor-it's the cheapest cruiser at my hometown shop.

Pros: Cost was lower than the others, flat top good for yoga, gets good speed.
Cons: Appearance. I wish their were different designs and customization.
Usage: I exercise and tour on it.



4 stars (out of 5) Submitted by: Mateo on 2014-05-09
Summary: Great stable board that is primarily used for touring but can hold its own when used as a race board. Cuts through the chop with it's pointed nose and is comfortable throughout your entire ride.

Pros: I like that there is multiple tie downs on both nose and tail.
Cons: It felt that it was a little bulky and that I was high above the water instead of a lowered standing area. Still felt stable though.
Usage: Mostly touring, but enjoy an occasional local race.



4 stars (out of 5) Submitted by: J. Wood on 2014-04-28
Summary: I've had this board for a while now and I still love it. I've used it in the intercoastal, ocean, and rivers across the state. It's stable even with my eight year old child on with me. I'd buy one again.

Pros: It's very stable in any water condition and floats well with weight. The board is quiet and easy to use fishing.
Cons: If I had to have any negative about this board I would have to say it's the weight. But that's what you get for the stability and the 12'6" length.
Usage: Touring, fishing, sleeping, relaxation



4 stars (out of 5) Submitted by: TS on 2014-04-13
Summary: Perfect touring type board for all levels. Paddles and glides great. Great float volume so can handle all rider builds. Stable and tracks straight. Cuts right through chop.

Pros: stability , glide , float volume , tracking
Cons: stock fin, deck pad loose by hand hole
Usage: exercise 5 mile course in harbor















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