Want to go stand-up paddle boarding?
Got an itch to get out on the waters of the Puget Sound? Come to beautiful Bainbridge Island and rent one of our high quality Pau Hana paddle boards for your full day adventure!
Overnight rentals are available, for an additional charge.
**If you are walking** meet at Exotic Aquatics Kayak Dock – 301 Shannon Dr SE, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110.
**If you are driving** meet at Exotic Aquatics Storefront – 328 Madison Ave N, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110. We provide parking at our storefront and we will transport you down to the dock.
SUP rental includes paddle, PFD (personal flotation device), board leash, and launch into Eagle Harbor (Waterfront Park City Dock). Extra delivery charge applies to other locations on the island, unless renting 4 or more kayaks/SUPs.
Kayaking, Kayaks, SUP Sales$1,299.00
The Pau Hana Endurance VFT is extremely durable thanks to the VFT construction. This board glides smoothly and is easy to paddle even when fully loaded with overnight equipment. We’ve added strategically placed SeaMounts® on the board for securely holding down gear and attaching a multitude of accessories. The deck pad has been designed to provide a comfortable sleeping platform and can accommodate a full-length sleeping pad and bag. Handles in the front and rear make it easy to pull out of the water and drag across the ground.
Rent our high quality double occupancy Eddyline sea kayak for one hour to explore Bainbridge Island's beautiful Eagle Harbor!
Get ready to enjoy some of the finest scenery in Puget Sound and a truly wonderful picnic spot! See Mt Rainier, Mt Baker and the Seattle skyline from this remote rocky island. On occasion a seal might pop up to check out your paddling skills. Frequently, the eagles, osprey, and harbor porpoise like to make appearances as well!
Advance booking required!
Currently this course is on hold due to Covid restrictions.
Want to become a true kayaking pro? Learn to right yourself quickly and efficiently after tipping over in your boat. No longer will you have to escape the boat and deal with the pain of getting back in from the water.