It's too late to guess the weight, my 10-6 by 27" is 28 pounds but I've done plenty of boards around that size in the 40 pound range and the weight can be quite addictive, at least when in the water.
Roy Stuart......mama always told me: never trust a man with two first names
This is my favourite picture so far:
By the way Steve how much rocker have you used?
I built the rocker table with 7.5" of rocker. I did notice a little spring back as I took the clamps off to add the next layer,but think it's safe to say the board has 7" of rocker.
The board looks a honey gold in the sunlight.
I've rode heavier boards of a different design before and they seemed to have a lot of drive. I expect this one to fly! I'm not to worried about carrying it to the beach. 44 pounds is a weight I can easily handle. This one is sure to draw a crowd at the local beach break!
Steve - You should definitely stop by McKevlins and show the guys there. They would probably appreciate your craftsmanship.
I will....I bet they will get a kick out of it.
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