Carving is even more easy to learn than skateboarding or snowboarding. If you are used to surfing or paddling you'll be up right away. Also the Carver X and the Carver can be switch to beginner modes so getting used to the acceleration will be easier and you'll be able to enjoy your board from the start.
Cruising on the Manta is super easy. You can stand, knee or just sit on it.
We provide a variety of tours for individuals, renters and retailers to test our product on the Indian River Lagoon and you'll have the chance to see birds, turtles and Dolphins as close as never before.
Want to learn how to carve at your location?
Want to feel the speed and acceleration?
Want to train or yoga on the water?
Want to hang out with friends for the sunset?
No matter what your idea is to spend a blast on the water with your family or friends we'll find the right setup for you. Contact us and we'll get you in touch with our authorized local resellers and rentals
Jaycee Park is a Fort Pierce hot spot for hosting beautiful outdoor events under the pavilions. Perfect for paddle boarding, kayaking, wading, cookouts, sunsets, and more. Kids will have a full day of adventure with our side-by-side playgrounds, along with a refreshing splash pad. Let’s not forget the boat ramp, basketball courts, beach volleyball and tennis courts for the big kids.
South beach causeway PARK
This oasis is perfect for cookouts, family gartherings and sunset strolls. Each pavilion is equipped with a BBQ and picnic tables. Boat launching is made easy with the nearby ramp and available parking. You can launch your paddle board and cross the inlet to hang out on some of the islands up north.
No secret here, the Fort Pierce Jetty is one of a kind! Surrounded by open pristine waters for everybody that wants to ride the Carver in the ocean but still protected by the south jetty wall. Fort Pierce Inlet is a breath taker! Pavilions and swinging benches provide waterfront seating while restaurants are within walking distance.
Find us out on the water on sunny days around the Fort Pierce Inlet and the Indian River Lagoon