As for the boards themselves, I am sure many beaches may out law them anyways, as they are motorized in swim areas. If not try apealing to town councils etc. Since it's motorized would the user be required to register it as a vessel and have the appropriate life vest on board?
Never thought of that. Wonder if this falls into the PWC category? I think they are off the hook because they are electric.
Speaking of Surf mags and being sick i was like 5% ok with nike 6.0 and the ads and the recruitment of talent but when i seen those 3 special Nike words in a surf mag it def. made me feel sick..Just Do It...nah i would rather not
So I completely agree that paddling out on a heavy day is what separates the men from the boys, and if you used this thing to paddle out on a regular basis I would definitely call you out on it, but you're telling me none of you would consider using something like this to pull into a nice steep wave you normally would need a jet ski for?