SURF board and bike rental
Equipment rental on Lanzarote Surf. Rental of boards for beginners and advanced surfers.
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These are the models you can rent
Surfboard rental on Lanzarote
Do you need to rent water sports equipment? If you are planning a holiday on Lanzarote or a few days away from the daily routine do not hesitate to visit Calima Surf. We have the most complete rental of material so that you can practice the water sports that are the trend today.
Our equipment and surfboards can be adapted to any user thanks to our wide catalogue. We have great availability for beginners and advanced in Surf, SUP, Kitesurf and all its modalities. And what about our prices? Without a doubt they are unbeatable.
Among so many options you may wonder how to distinguish a good board, what features to look for in it? Well, we will explain a little of it below, so you know what choice to make within our catalog. With a click you can choose your board, so when you arrive you will only have to enjoy the best natural paradise in Europe.
Aspects that characterize the surfboards
If you choose to rent our surf equipment Lanzarote you should take into account certain fundamental aspects before making your choice. For example, you must take into account your weight in order to choose the size of the board that is most convenient for you.
Your level of skill on the board is also important as there are models suitable for beginners and advanced surfers. You should also take into account the type of sport you want to practice as there are boards for different purposes. Apart from these personal aspects there are also some more basic ones such as the following:
Level of bending
All the boards are manufactured with a certain degree of flexibility to the effort. However, there are three levels of flexibility, soft, medium and hard. Softer boards tend to have less impact on the water, while medium flex boards are considered all-terrain. The latter provide comfortable navigation and are very good for jumping.
As for the hard flexes, they sacrifice a little comfort, but raise the pop. With them you get the maximum possible pop in the jumps so they are usually used by advanced athletes.
Size and width
Long boards can mean greater stability in the water so they are ideal for beginners. Smaller boards offer better turning manoeuvrability by sacrificing buoyancy.
Width also plays an important role. With wider boards you can get better pop and optimize upwind performance. However, when you’re riding with a lot of power they can be more difficult to manoeuvre than narrower ones.
This term applies to the curve that the board has between its ends. Boards that are very curved may offer better performance in curves. However, boards with less rocker tend to be faster. Because they are flatter, their upwind performance is better.
They are located at the bottom of the table and their layout can be very wide and varied. Their contribution to the table has a great influence on the navigation properties.
They are the ones that allow the board to have the most grip in the water. They come in various sizes, some are already integrated while others can be placed only when deemed necessary.
The large fins are perfect for a better grip. However, small fins are appropriate when you want to turn and manoeuvre your board.
Types of boards available on Lanzarote Surf
In our online catalogue for surfboard rental you will find different types. So the material we offer can serve you for almost any water sport in trend. Below, we will explain the details of some of the boards we have available for you:
Stand Up Paddle
It is a huge board of great size, width and thickness. Its measurements make it possible for the sportsman to stand on the board under any circumstances. The surfer will not lose stability no matter if he is on the waves or off them.
It is usually used in small waves and is accompanied by a flexible paddle that allows the surfer to propel himself. The paddle can also provide stability when maneuvering over the waves.
They are large sized boards with a rounded tip. They are also known as “plank” because their design is inspired by Hawaiian logs. This design is suitable for dominating small to medium waves.
If the surfer is very experienced, he will have no problem dominating big waves as well. Some maneuvers can only be done with this board such as the Hang Five, the Hang Ten or the Drop Knee.
It is similar to the Longboard as its tip is round and it is also a good size board. However, it is a little smaller which allows it to be more maneuverable than its big sister.
Its large size makes it the ideal choice for those who are new to water sports. Experienced surfers can also use it, however, its use is recommended for small waves with little strength.
It is the most recommended for beginners in surfing. Its size and thickness are slightly smaller than the Malibu, its measurements allow for greater buoyancy and stability. Its tip is slightly rounded which makes it easier to paddle on the waves.
Its easy maneuverability on the waves makes it a great attraction for advanced surfers.
This is a versatile board with an evolved design. It is usually used by experienced athletes who know how to take advantage of its performance and get the most out of it. Shortboards can overcome all wave conditions. On the other hand, its speed and maneuverability levels are also excellent.
It is thicker than the Fish, making it easier to paddle and more manoeuvrable. Its design is wide, not very long, with a small curve, with a swallow tail, it is similar to the retro boards.
However, it is recommended for sailing in small and medium waves of low strength as it slides very well. For sailing in big or hollow waves its performance is not very good.
For each type of board we have different models available so you can choose the one that best suits you. We also have some bikes and other equipment available, don’t wait any longer and have a look at our rental offers. We have the largest rental of water sports equipment in Lanzarote.