Waka Surfboard

£565

£565

£130

£130

£110

£110

Prices include VAT.

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Product Description

Offered in 5′4″ and 5′10″ sizes, the Waka is a Steve Lis inspired, retro-style ‘fish’ that carries its thickness all the way to the rails giving it increased buoyancy for its length. The outline shape keeps the widest part of the board forward with pulled in rails making for a more forward stance and classic glide.

These Grain Home Grown surfboard kits are manufactured in the UK by Fyne Boat Kits using locally-sourced sustainable Paulownia wood. They come with all the components that go into the board, including:

The included manual shows how to make a simple rocker table from basic materials you can salvage or obtain locally. A rocker table helps form the board to the correct rocker.

Some things you'll need are not included in the kit, such as tools, supplies and fins, but most of it should be available locally or from Fyne Boat Kits.

These kits are designed to be built by anyone with the room to do it. Previous wood working experience is not necessary – all you need is a little patience.

Keel and frames sets

The internal pieces needed to build your Grain Home Grown Surfboard. Each frames set includes one keel (stringer) and all the frames for your board. Each piece is cut and numbered to precisely match up with its place on the frame. Also included are nose and tail templates, construction notes and a 54 page instruction manual that covers the building process.

The frames sets are intended for people who have built a board of this style before and are familiar with the process. They do not include the detailed instruction manual that accompanies the full kits.

If, after buying the frames set, you decide that this is more than you can manage, we'll credit £90 of the purchase price towards the full kit, minus the frame that you already have.

Full size plans and manual

The plans include full-size templates for the keel, frames, nose and tail; board outline; construction notes and a 54 page instruction manual that covers the building process.

The plans are intended for people who have built a board of this style before and are familiar with the process. They do not include the detailed instruction manual that accompanies the full kit.

If, after buying the plans, you decide that building from scratch is more than you can manage, we'll credit £45 of the purchase price towards the full kit.