Mariano by Paul
The Carrera sailing experience is a fresh one altogether, more agility and more turning torque. Yet riders familiar with the Carrera will enjoy the volume designations carried over, as well as the board’s supreme build. Inspired by last season’s successful smaller Freeride models the Carrera does exactly what it says, it races through turns and down the straight line alike, making it a hot new addition to the steadily growing Goya line.
Simply put, the Carrera is adding a touch more turn and drive to Freeriding, getting us hooked on windsurfing all anew. It delivers beautiful early planing performance, paired with control and ease of use when throwing down turns. The Carrera has just the power and punch as the Volar Freeride, but packaged in a slightly more agile shape inspired by our Freewave boards. The Carrera is blowing everybody’s mind and gives the team a big grin every time we ride it. There used to be a time when only Race boards were built like the Carrera. And there is no other Freecarve board on the market built like it even today. We set out to create a Freecarve board with only the very best composites applied, racing composites and full carbon deck construction, bringing the ultimate speed sensation to a broader audience, a sensation that up until now only racers could experience.
A full Carbon Deck on top of full Deck, Rail and Bottom Hyper Skin HD Sandwich give this board supreme light weight and stiffness.
The Carrera offers utmost high end performance whenever and wherever you want it. It covers all bases from rough seas to lighter winds to calmer lake conditions, and in that it is just as fun to carve as it is jaw-dropping fast.
Available in 116, 130 liters.
Available in light blue on neon blue.
Available in Pro Full Carbon Deck construction.
116 Liter Model
Fused Cell Core. Goya boards come with a Fused Cell Core made from EPS. Fused Cell Expanded Polystyrene is a high quality, low weight, rigid, closed cell foam used in advanced modern production boardmaking.
Hyper Skin HD. The entire board is covered in Hyper Skin HD. Hyper Skin is Goya’s proprietary High Density Foam Sandwich, delivering an immensely rigid structure at an extremely light weight. Covering deck, rails and bottom in it, gives Goya Pro boards their incomparable flex and longevity. A third stronger, stiffer and lighter than conventional boards.
Direct Drive Monocoque. The Direct Drive Monocoque connects your stance to the masttrack, supplying your board with the optimal ratio of stiffness to flex and distributing peak loads to the rest of the board. Additionally a triangular glass patch acts as a backbone to the core of your Freecarve, Freeride and Freerace board, making it stiff and eliminating primary distortions. It furthermore readies your board* to carry a hyrofoil. (* Bolt 115, 125, 135).
Full Carbon Deck. Biaxial Carbon is the perfect reinforcement for adding global torsional stiffness across the board. To add as much of it as possible while retaining a certain amount of desirable forgiving flex in our Freecarve, Freeride and Freerace boards we are covering the entire deck in it.
Mateo by Ben
116 Liter Model
Mateo by Ben
116 Liter Model
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Took my CARRERA 116 for a spin at Alarcón, close to Madrid. 20 to 22 knots I used my 6.4 Nexus. Magic combination. High speed with absolute control. Loved every minute of it.
Took my new 130 out; 12-25 mph wind, flooding. Stock 44cm fin, Sailworks Retro 6.5 and Sailworks SDM 460-75. Doesn't look like 130lts, doesn't ride like 130 either. Light, thin and wide. Simple pin tail design. Surprising amount of nose scoop that inspires confidence in heavy SFbay chop. Board hauls ass; on all points of sail. Other riders vanishing in a hurry. The carbon construction is stiff and responsive. Acceleration is immediate and it pulls with every gust. For a huge board the ride is lively, comfortable and responsive to foot steering. Jibing with a big 460 and 6.5 of course takes commitment. All or nothing with this beast. Not enough rail pressure and it wants to straighten out so pick a gust to initiate. Not a beginner board. Just the right mix of uncompromising speed and handling. Haven't found the top end yet. Love everything about this board.
He probado la 130 con 6,7 y 15-18 nudos y me ha encantado... planeo rápido y fácil en las maniobras... perfecta para freeride con poco viento
I've been testing the 130 with a 6,7 free ride sail in 15-18 knots and I loved it!!! Fast planning, easy in the jibes... perfect for light wind free ride
WOW! My 116 Carrera arrived on Good Friday an was able to sail it on Easter .It blows away my 120 liter board.SO Smooth in the chop an jibes like a much smaller board.Thanks to Eddy Petroclli info that I bought this board.I cant say enough good things about the Carrera.
Boy that new Carrera 116 has me dancing all over the waves. What a joy!
Wow, I love my Carrera 116. It is absolutely easy and neutral to ride, smooth jibes, jump & bump - everything is possible.
It is amazing how fast it runs on the lake - maximum speed with Banzai 5.7: 28,87kn (33mph, 53kmh). - left behind a lot of racing pilots with their slalom stuff.
Hola Francisco y Lalo,
Ayer día de mi cumpleaños recibí la Carrera 116 que mi familia me ha regalado.
Os escribo solo para deciros que la tabla es preciosa, me encanta lo ligera que es, unas formas preciosas, y unos colores muy bonitos. ¡Me muero de ganas de que haya un poco de viento por aquí en Madrid!
Esperando que todo os vaya bien, os envío un abrazo,
You make products that are easy to sell!
All the best,
Sailed our new ( used demo ) from Big Winds yesterday. Was very impressed on my 7.0 Sailworks Retro. Handled beautifully - quick and easy. Didn't feel like a big board - rails softer than my Roberts and faster than my iSonic!! A real keeper! Impressed with the carbon construction.
Well done! Can't wait to get it on our lake back home. Thanks to Eddie Petrocelli from Big Winds - board is everything he said it was! Cheers Tom - Okotoks, Alberta