Common Dimensions
The Moonbeam is a stubby little surfboard that is very functional in smaller surf. It has a wide outline for paddling power and ample maneuverability. The tail is pulled in a bit, allowing the surfboard to hold in on more powerful turns and in hollower conditions. There are times when the surf is small, but punchy and these are the conditions that make the Moonbeam excel. The rocker is fairly flat, with double concaves running from the center of the board and off the tail. There is a bit of "V" in the last third of the surfboard, which loosens up the tail by giving it the ability to go from rail to rail with a slight bit of effort and can be ordered in epoxy.