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Stand Up Paddle Boarding

Type:Watersports Centre

Hartlepool Marina, The Lock Office, Slake Terrace, Hartlepool, Tees Valley, TS24 0RU
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Tel+44 01429 865744

A Stand Up Paddle Boarding party

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About

Stand up paddle Boarding (SUP) is an emerging global sport yet an ancient form of surfing. It can be traced back to the very early days of Polynesia. SUP is becoming more and more popular and a great way to keep fit, socialise, learn a new skill and explore the coastline.

You can join On Water for a gentle paddle around the marina or catch a wave on one of the coastal experiences

Many different sessions are available dependant on the desired outcome, with sessions personalised to match ability SUP is a great way to keep fit and make some good friends in the process! 

Whether its your first time,or your an avid thrill seeker, On Water promises that your fist time won't be your last time on – or in the water.

There are a range of experiences which can be custom designed to suit you and your occasion / requirements.

Equipment Provided: Full Length Wetsuit, Personal Flotation Device, Board Paddle and Leash
Spectator Friendly: Yes

Hire
To hire a paddle board and paddle on an unsupervised basis you must be able to evidence that you’re competent. A quick 5 minute demo will satisfy us you’re competent although ideally you’ll have completed one of our introduction paddles.

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