Learn to surf on the Outer Banks in one of our daily surf lessons. Lesson includes ocean safety, surfboard anatomy 101, paddling technique, proper pop up and foot placement and help in the water to catch as many waves as you can.
Duck Surf Lessons and Surf Camps are offered daily in Duck at the Sanderling Resort and Spa. This location has some of the best beginner surf lesson sand bars of anywhere on the Outer Banks!!! Combine that with minimal people on the beach and individualized instruction, this is quickly becoming our most popular place for lessons!! After your Duck and Southern Shores Surf Lessons, check out the Sanderlings Sand Bar & Grille for a burger, or go SUPing soundside later that day for a perfect day on the Outer Banks.
Our Coastal Explorer Summer Camps are THE most radical summer camp your kids will do this summer. And there is not much space left for all the returning campers. No other summer camp on the Outer Banks can offer surfing, kayaking and Stand up paddleboarding all in the same day. Add in a surf contest on the final day, pizza party from Slice Pizzeria, free rash guard and more water-based exercise and instruction that you can wrap your head around and you will no why there are so many returning campers.
Coastal Explorer Summer Camps dates are set for 2018
Our shop is located on a calm bay of the Currituck Sound so it is always EPIC SUPing conditions. Perfect for SUP Lessons, Tours or hourly Rentals. No matter what the wind direction the water is always glassy here.
Pricing for Outer Banks Stand Up Paddleboard Lessons
$60.00 per person
Outer Banks Stand Up Paddleboard Lessons
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We shove off right from the beach with the best beginner surf breaks on the island to get you catching and SUPing waves in no time.
These lessons are offered on an individual basis so call or email us and we can set up a SUP surf lesson for you. These lessons typically go out at 9am in the morning as the best winds and low crowds at the beach in the am allow us total freedom to catch as many waves as possible in the 1.5 hour lesson.
A typical SUP surf lesson begins with a safety talk and learning the anatomy of a surfboard. Next paddling techniques, balance and feet positioning are discussed. Participants then practice popping up onto the surfboard on the beach before getting wet. The instructor is there to help you catch waves and answer any questions you might have about surfing, the ocean, waves, or surf culture.
You should be a competent SUPer in flat water before taking a surf lesson.