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Our goal is to make you feel safe and stable on the board so you can take off on your own knowing you got this! No matter if you do have your own board already or if you just want to see if paddle boarding is for you prior purchasing a board, we are more than happy to pass our knowledge, tips and tricks on to you and take you across the harbor to see the seals :) 

Please know that we are always making sure that you create memories and will have a wonderful experience rather alone, with a friend, or with family.

Since the weather is unpredictable, we do not have standing classes or tours. Please call to schedule a private experience. We can take up to 10 people.

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Is paddle boarding hard to learn?

Is paddle boarding hard to learn? Many people find it difficult to balance on a paddle board, but with some practice, it can be easy to master. There are many ways to get started with paddle boarding, including taking tours and demos. With the right instruction, you can be paddling in no time.


If you're interested in giving stand up paddle boarding a try, there are a few things you should know before hitting the water. Here are the four golden rules of getting on your SUP:


1. Do your research. Not all boards are created equal. There are different types of boards for different skill levels, so it's important to choose one that's right for you. We are more than happy to help you picking out the perfect board.


2. Get the right gear. In addition to a board, you'll need a paddle and a personal flotation device (PFD). Again, it's important to choose gear that's appropriate for your skill level. Once you have your gear, it's time to hit the water!


3. Start slow. Don't try to paddle too hard or too fast right from the start. You'll likely tire yourself out quickly and end up taking a break sooner than you'd like. Instead, take your time and enjoy the scenery as you paddle around.


4. Be prepared for anything. Stand up paddle boarding is a great workout, but it's also important to be prepared for any potential hazards. Always check the weather forecast before heading out, and be aware of your surroundings while on the water. If you're ever in doubt, err on the side of caution and head back to shore.


Following these simple rules will help you have a safe and enjoyable experience on your SUP. So what are you waiting for? Get out there and start paddling!

Contact us to find out the next event or schedule a demo & lesson!




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