STAND UP PADDLEBOARDING

Stand up paddle surfing / boarding (SUP) is an offshoot of surfing that originated in Hawaii. Unlike traditional surfing where the rider sits until a wave comes, stand up paddle boarders stand on their boards and use a paddle to propel themselves through the water. The sport was documented in a 2013 report that identified it as the outdoor sporting activity with the most first-time participants in the United States that year. Variations include flat water paddling for outdoor recreation, fitness, or sightseeing, racing on lakes, large rivers and canals, surfing on ocean waves, paddling in river rapids (whitewater SUP), paddle board yoga and even fishing.

1 HOUR GUIDED TOUR

15 BHD

No experience required, our instructors will take you on of our various guided tours while teaching you the skills needed to perfect your riding!

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1 HOUR SUP BOARD/KAYAK RENTAL

9 BHD

Grab your own board and paddle around by your self in a safe and protected area.

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90 MINUTE SUP YOGA CLASS

20 BHD

Develop focus, core strength, balancing skills and activate muscles that aren't being used on land, all while being surrounded by beautiful scenery with our certified SUP Yoga instructors.

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BOARD STORAGE MEMBERSHIP

POR

Store your board at one of our stations around the Island and save your self the hassle of moving it around for every session.


COURSE DETAILS

SUP Course Details

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

We're here to answer any questions you may have. Check out the below FAQs and if you have more questions, hit us up with an email or a call and we'll be happy to help.

Even though paddleboards look like oversized surfboards, you don't need waves in order to enjoy this self-propelled sport. In fact, flat water is preferred for building your paddleboard skills.
The choice is determined by a combination of paddler weight and skill, your intended use and the local conditions. Contact Us for help with choosing the right paddleboard for you.
The elbow in a paddle provides a more powerful, effective stroke. When you're paddling, the elbow causes the paddle blade to align straight up and down as it comes alongside the paddleboard.
Wear clothing that lets you move and that can get wet: shorts and a T-shirt or a swimsuit work well in warm climates. In cold weather when hypothermia is a danger, consider a wetsuit or drysuit. Always wear a PFD (Personal Flotation Device).
Stand just behind the center point of the board. The nose (front) of the board shouldn't pop out of the water, and the tail shouldn't dig in.