Yes a Starboard K15 found it's way down here for me. It's an ex Demo board and looks like it's a 2011 model and it comes in at 15 feet long and 30 inches wide.
Many of the SUP racing Boards were generally around 27" to 28" wide and now they are getting down to 25 inches wide.............so when you look at it,30 inches is pretty much stability personified, and after just one spin on it today it's going to fit the bill quite nicely for me.
It comes with a rudder, and a tiller steering system that you can turn with your left foot, if you feel like shimmeying the tiller across when you need to, but you may as well just take this out and place a fin in it like all the other SUP's because that's how they all roll.
The photos are: at Snapper Point in Evans Bay turning around after heading upwind, and now looking towards Point Jerningham, then some angles of the K15 which you'll self draining scuppers, the tiller steering and also the rudder in relation to the fin slot. Click on any of the photos enlarge