We have availablity. For fastest response email us what day and how many hours & boards you want.
Paddle with the Aloha Spirit…
To reserve your boards in Southern California, pick your day and # of boards and email email@example.com
to get a reduced rate, then go to the Rates/Reservations page and pay online.
Print receipt and bring with you to the location. That will be your email confirmation. Please look on locations page on where to go for your paddleboards. We have moved down to Sunset and are booking through Huntington Harbor Boat Rentals, where they also have beautiful canals!
For same day rentals
email for fastest response.
Taking care of our Long Beach customers is
important to us, so we want to accomodate
you with our sister company who have just as much customer service as we do. They have excellent reviews and they exude the aloha spirit!
Aloha Sup Founders Lynne and Billy have expanded paddling now to OAHU with ALOHA SUP CLUB!
If you are ever in Hawaii, on Oahu look us up! http://alohasupclub.com/
Ask us about team building events for your company, getting out on the water is a
great way for co-workers to let off steam and bond, which creates a better work environment.
Southern California is a
great place to paddleboard, because there is lots of flat water! Stand Up Paddle boarding is the fastest growing sport in the world, because everyone can paddle.
Meleana Brown sings
on ABC TV Duets with John Legend!
PADDLE THROUGH THE
The sport of stand up paddling has exploded! Aloha Sup Rentals is offering Stand Up Paddle Board rentals to go on the Bay in Long Beach, CA. Reserve your stand up paddle board on our rental reservation site online and call or email . Stand Up Paddling (SUP) originated in Hawaii and the tradition continues in California. It’s a great core workout and it feels like you are walking on water!
Stand Up Paddling started in the 1950’S on Waikiki Beach in Hawaii. The Beachboys Duke Kahanomoku and Alfred and Bobby Ah Choy were asked to take pictures of the tourists while they were surfing. The Beachboys borrowed an outrigger paddle and paddled out, standing up on a 10 foot surfboard and took pictures of the tourists as they surfed.
Fast forward to the year 2000 and serious watermen like Laird Hamilton, Dave Kalama , Brian Keaulana, Mel Pu’u and Bruce De Soto of Hawaii, seized on the idea of paddling their tandem boards as fitness workouts. It didn’t take them long to realize how much fun this aspect of surfing could be. Stand Up Paddling was reborn!