The Volar is our ultimate Windsurfing board, to grow, learn and be enjoyed at all levels.
The Volar is accelerates with each lightest breath of wind. On a straight line or jibing, the board rides naturally and stable, giving the rider all the confidence to push their level at every move. With its thinner profile the Volar feels as an extension of your body.
Each shape was individually created to match its predominant conditions, supplying the larger volume sizes with early planing and balance needed in those conditions, while the smaller sizes come with increased bottom curve adding joy and ease on rougher days.
Available in 105, 115, 130, 145 liters.
Available in salmon on red.
Available in Pro Full Carbon Deck construction.
115 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.
Alexandre by Ben
115 Liter Model
Alexandre by Ben
115 Liter Model
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Man o man. I didnt windsurf for 25 years. First board I tried @Dunkerbeck Procenter Bonaire a
Volar 115 . Perfect and easy to have fun again.
Progressing every dat. Stoked again.
Volar is for us the best freeride board you can have, our customers love it, so far only positive reactions, quality is great, feel that the bond between foam and fiber is outstanding. MFC Footstraps are great also.
I had a incredible wave session on the Volar 105 on Fall… This board I bought you for my girlfriend is simply the best freeride board I ever try! It's so smooth, so easy !!! Her speed is good, jibe abilities are amazing, and with a small wave fin, she becomes a board that allows you to make very good wavesailing!!! Waow!!! Congrats guys !!!
The Volar 130 twinned with a Mark 8.5 makes a perfect combo for all the light wind summer days we get in the UK. The only people going faster than me in a straight line in those conditions are the sailors on the specialist race/slalom kit, but my combo is much more fun to sail and much easier to rig, gybe and handle.
On flat water the 130 remains surprisingly capable down to 6m conditions so it is ideal if the wind is a bit gusty as it has plenty of volume to coast through the lulls. A fun and versatile board.
Did first Volar 115 sail last night with 7.5 Cheetah bagged out and 46 LP fin, in 10-20mph winds. Felt great! Easy to sail along, and really sets you up for a good planing jibe. Definitely tippy at rest compared to Rocket Wide 138 87cm, but only a few falls before uphauling successfully. Hit 23mph, compared to usual 25mph on Rocket Wide and 19-21mph on Hula. Cut through chop better, and felt easier on the knees. The 72 width only felt a little more difficult to get on plane compared to 87 width board. Added NSI medium nose pad.
Picked up the Volar 130L in OBX from Ocean Air shop. They told me that the board is magic when it comes to light wind. They were not kidding. I went out with no white caps with around 15m/h with gusts may be up to 18. Not even kiters were out. I had cambered 7.5 and my first reaction was to go back to save the misery.
BUT, 3-4 pumps and the board was planing. I had a blast with nobody around me. Still can't believe that it was ripping with no white caps. The board feels super light, responsive, and very crisp for a 130L. It jibes very well and is steady in choppy conditions. The weight is amazing and while it is the largest board in my line up, it feels like it is the lightest. Go with Pro for Carbon. It is well worth it.
I was looking for a board for light under 20m/h conditonns and Volar fits the bills. Hightly recommend!
I've been looking around for a small wide style for some time now and have tested most boards available in the 105 litre size. I mainly sail on inland lakes in the UK with an occasional visit to the coast. I have finally made my decision and bought my first ever Goya, the new Volar 105. It is an amazing board, I've been windsurfing for 30 years this year and the Volar has made me smile more than anything in a long time. It just fits me, and does everything I need, fast, controlled, great upwind, and jibes a dream, and looks amazing to boot. As I said, it's my first ever Goya board and won't be the last. Great boards guys. John.
Tested with 6,6 and 15 to 18 knots.
Early planing, fast and manoveurable.
Easy jibe, confortable on your feet.
Superior construction and efortlees board. The fin should be raplaced with hidgh winds. Good for light winds and little bit soft. Over all, great board and lot of fun with it.
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