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Surf Lessons

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We are located right on the beach so there is no need for tedious and time-consuming bus transfers. We also offer a fully stocked surf shop and indoor changing facilities. Our surf instructors are all local surfers and offer a fun, safe and relaxing introduction to the sport of Surfing. Can’t wait to see you here…

BEGINNER SURF LESSONS

Lessons cost €45 for adults and €30 for kids (from 8 years old up to and including 15 years old).

Each class is 2 hours long, 90 minutes of which is spent in the water. Wetsuits and Surfboards are provided along with one of our fully qualified Irish Surfing Association Surf Coaches who will patiently take you through the complete surf experience. You will learn about water safety, ocean awareness and wave conditions. On arriving at the beach, a 10 minute land drill takes place. This includes some safety as well as a land tutorial on how to catch waves and stand up on a wave. Once the land drill is done, together with the instructor, everybody enters the water where the fun begins. The water part of each lesson lasts approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes, during which your instructor will aim to initially get you standing on your surfboard and then gradually improve all aspects of your surfing.

KIDS CAMP

Our kids camps have been our greatest success since the inaugural camp in 2006. For those kids who are down in Rossnowalgh, this is the ideal way to become both proficient in surfing and to receive a sensible education in water safety and environmental care of the ocean.

The two hours of the Camp include a daily two hour surf lesson. Once school holidays begin in July, our camp runs Monday to Friday from 10am to 12pm and 10.30 to 12.30 every week. The morning kids camp, with a maximum of 8 places each often fills up so we then add another afternoon camp from 2pm to 4pm and 2.30 to 4.30. If you have a group of more than 6 we can guarantee an afternoon camp if that is preferred.

We provide all equipment. Kids need to bring their swim suits, a towel, a change of clothes suitable for light rain and some sturdy footwear for running about in.

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