SCS/7: “No.7” build, SCS, utilizes an all-carbon epoxy vacuum technology. It is Nelo’s stiffest surfski construction with an approximate weight range of 10 – 11 kg (22 – 24lbs) in the 560 class surfski. A heavier paddler (85kg plus) who is very experienced may notice the extra stiffness difference between the SCS and WWR when the boat is under hard acceleration or fighting upwind chop, but otherwise, the stiffness difference over the WWR is very hard to decipher. Certainly, both builds are very stiff and light. The other difference is the SCS/7 includes custom colors and design graphics included in the price.
WWR/4: “No.4” build, WWR, utilizes a carbon carbon-Kevlar vacuum technology. It comes in standard colors with basic graphics and is around the 11kg- 12kg (24 – 26.5lb) weight range.
A1/2: “No.2” build utilizes a fiberglass epoxy technology providing very good performance at an economic price. Currently, only the 600 Double is available in A1.