Stand up paddle boarding is becoming a very popular pastime. And is fun for all ages. Also known as "SUP", It was originally called "beach boy surfing", named after the famous Waikiki beach boys, who combined their outrigger canoe paddling skills with their surfing skills. Stand up paddle boarding (SUP) begins on flat water, where you can get your balance on the oversized boards. Stand-up boards are larger and more stable than surfing longboards, which makes them more stable. The boards are ridden standing up, so some initial balance is required. The rider uses a long shafted paddle for propulsion and steering. There are different strokes you learn to help you turn, and to make you go.
Please Note: Dates and Times are limited, No Lessons are available on Sundays and Public holidays.