Table of Contents

- How do you calculate surfboard volume by size?
- Are surfboard volume calculators accurate?
- How much volume does an intermediate surfer need?
- What size surfboard is right for me?
- How many Litres is a 90kg surfboard?
- How much volume do I need in a surfboard?
- How are the surfboard shapes calculated?
- What do the numbers on the bottom of a surfboard mean?

## How do you calculate surfboard volume by size?

We all know our standard surfboard dimensions: length, width, and height (or, in the case of surfboards, thickness). Well, the basic calculation for volume would be all those measurements multiplied together (L x W x H = V).

## Are surfboard volume calculators accurate?

Are surfboard volume calculators accurate? An experienced salesperson can help surfers choose the right board. In conclusion, the surfboard volume calculator is far from being a perfect and reliable decision-making tool and should never be isolated from other design factors.

**How do you calculate surfboard Literage?**

To calculate your surfboard’s volume given its dimensions:

- Convert the length, width, and height of your surfboard into centimeters.
- Multiply these numbers.
- Imagine your surfboard inside a cube.
- Multiply your first product by the percentage you’ve worked out to get an estimate of your surfboard’s volume in liters.

### How much volume does an intermediate surfer need?

around 25 to 26 liters

Here are the basics: Intermediate surfers that weigh 150 pounds would want a board with around 25 to 26 liters of volume. Advanced surfers should subtract around 1.3 liters from that amount (23.7 to 24.7) Beginner surfers should add around 1.5 liters to that amount ( 26.5 – 27.5)

### What size surfboard is right for me?

Surfing at Least 1 Day Per Week

Surfer Weight (lbs.) | Surfer Weight (kg) | Surfboard Length |
---|---|---|

100-140 | 45.4-63.5 | 6′0″-6′4″ |

140-160 | 63.5-72.6 | 6′2″-6′6″ |

160-180 | 72.6-81.6 | 6′4″-6′8″ |

180-200 | 81.6-90.7 | 6′8″-7′2″ |

**How do I find the right surfboard volume?**

As a general rule, a beginner should be riding the equivalent of 100% of their body weight in volume. I.e. A beginner weighing 80kg should be riding a surfboard around 80 litres in volume. Alternatively, an experienced surfer can ride a surfboard that’s 35% – 40% of their body weight in volume.

#### How many Litres is a 90kg surfboard?

Volumen of Surfboards at Excellent Fitness

Weight | Beginner | Advanced |
---|---|---|

75 to 80 kg | 67 to 75 Liter | 30 to 35 Liter |

80 to 85 kg | 71 to 80 Liter | 32 to 37 Liter |

85 to 90 kg | 75 to 84 Liter | 35 to 40 Liter |

90 to 95 kg | 79 to 89 Liter | 38 to 44 Liter |

#### How much volume do I need in a surfboard?

**Is there a surfboard volume calculator available?**

? Already registered? Forgot Your Password? New user? Forgot Password? The Board Engine is an advanced surfboard volume calculator that not only calculates your volume, it personally recommends a selection of board models best suited to you.

## How are the surfboard shapes calculated?

The logic is derived from comparing a large amount of data of known surfboard dimensions and volumes, and then building a formula based on this data. We have made some assumptions about the average size and shape of various surfboard styles, and used this to categorise the formula into the three surfboard shapes available in the calculator.

## What do the numbers on the bottom of a surfboard mean?

These are usually written in the middle on the bottom of the board in inches Volume refers to the size of the total area of a surfboard. The greater the volume, the greater the amount of water that is displaced when trying to submerse the surfboard. As surfboards float, this means that more volume = more buoyancy.

**How much weight can you ride a surfboard?**

Alternatively, an experienced surfer can ride a surfboard that’s 35% – 40% of their body weight in volume. This formula varies depending on wave conditions, age and how often you surf.