YOLOBoard World

This blog features YOLO Board experiences from all over the world. Please send us your photos and videos so that we can all share in the SUP experience. Send them to info@yoloboard.com.

YOLO Board Ft. Myers!

Posted on: 07-25-2011

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Goose on his new YOLO Board

Posted on: 07-14-2011

Look at this little YOLO man. He is the spirit of “You Only Live Once!”

YOLO on the Bayou

Posted on: 06-22-2011

We are brand new to the YOLO family and have a fun story.

I have been dreaming of a SUP board since April 2008 when I saw one in Hawaii.

We live in Lafayette, La and went to a demo event hosted by Pack & Paddle this morning.

Here is the fun/interesting story…
I was on a 12ft Soft Top while my 12 and 10 yr old sons were in a Kayak.
We had a visitor on our demo ride…a 10 ft GATOR!
I was a little nervous, but stayed calm (outside). This demo ride was only my 2nd time on a YOLO Board, a novice at best.
The gator checked us out for a minute or two and then disappeared. I’m assuming that was his seal of approval.
We ended up buying a red one and we played on it for two hours this evening AND can’t wait for tomorrow!!!
Family time at its best – on a YOLO, on the water!

Jason Herter

YOLO Board in Grove, OK!

Posted on: 06-13-2011

Kama K and her dog Tiki on Grand Lake in Grove, Oklahoma! That’s the life Tiki!

YOLO Fisherman reaches his limit!

Posted on: 05-23-2011

Dave reaches his limit on his first outing on his YOLOyak. Now that’s a good day on the water!

YOLO on the Gulf

Posted on: 05-18-2011

Unreal photo of Ryan Hurst on the Gulf of Mexico. Thanks for the pic! YOLO! You only live once!


Posted on: 05-17-2011

Calvin Shepard and his dog, Hurley.
Easter weekend 2011
Western Lake, Watercolor FL

Board of Cake?

Posted on: 04-29-2011

Posted on: 04-26-2011

The Sapona

Posted on: 03-05-2011

Last week I took my 14′ Explorer to a wreck we call the Sapona. The Sapona is a concrete wreck that is half submerged and has beautiful marine life under the water and an incredible history during the rum running days to Florida and gun running to Cuba before a hurricane put her aground. The US Navy then used her for target practice so she would never sell contraband again… After diving the wreck, I free-dove several reefs and had the pleasure to sit through a beautiful sunset on the way home.

I have been using the board to explore our incredible mangrove areas, we teach free-diving during our wild dolphin weeks here and I can pack all my gear on the Explorer, dive all the reefs in our Bimini area. I am able to do deep drops with the board floating above as a safety platform in the Gulf stream. In a few weeks, when our season starts we will be using it to play with our wild dolphin pods here in Bimini
Geoffrey Hanan
Dolphin Expeditions
Bimini, Bahamas