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LEARN TO SWIM BEFORE LEARNING TO SURF Surfing is a sport that requires the participants to be able to swim. All people participating in surfing lessons must be able to swim. There are no exceptions allowed. Here are some of the reasons why: The act of “Surfing” itself, as in standing up on the wave, is not that physically difficult, but the environment is dangerous. Conditions in the ocean can be extreme, and the ocean always presents inherent dangers. Especially the ever-present risk of drowning.  The surfing environment, even close to shore, is never the same each day. So any location that might appear to be fairly calm and Safe on one day, might be rough and unacceptable the next.  Surf Lessons from professional Surf Instructors are “Risk-managed”: Surfing instructors usually help evaluate the conditions and choose the best location and…

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January 5, 2023

Christmas Gift Certificates

HaPpY HoLiDaYs 🎅❤🏄‍♀️ Gift Certificates are available! Treat someone to the amazing sports of Surfing, windsurfing, kiteboarding or paddleboarding! 🎄

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December 9, 2018

Beware of fake surf schools

Caution, Beware of fake Surf schools on Maui:  Unfortunately there are many scam artists today targeting the leisure industry and especially tourists in Hawaii.  The surfing industry has its share of scammers too. So do your homework and be sure to only sign up with a legitimate operator, whose instructors are hardworking taxpaying real employees. Fake schools harm undermine the surf industry and hurt the real local schools and instructors in our community. Beware of imitators! Do not trust any schools or individuals that “operate on Sundays” or say they “surf away from crowds”, this likely because they are unpermitted, don’t follow the rules, and have to sneak around outside of the approved beach parks to avoid detection. Spotting fake school websites: Many fake schools tend to give vague meeting locations like “beside the road” or “away from the…

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December 5, 2018

Surf Photography

We now offer Action Photos of your Surfing Sessions with our Professional In-water Surf photographer. Let us know if you would Like Photos when booking and we arrange the session. Photos make the best mementos. Show your friends, post your images on your Facebook, Make Prints or Email your friends and family. We give you…

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March 27, 2018


Turtles (Honu) Hi Surfers, Here on Maui we share the water with many different types of ocean creatures. One common one you may see is the Turtle or “Honu” in Hawaiian. There are actually several different types of turtles found in Hawaiian waters. Turtles (Honu) are marine reptiles that spend most of their time…

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February 3, 2017

Surf Club Maui Photos

Surf Club Photo Gallery Here is a gallery of family and friends enjoying beautiful Maui [Best_Wordpress_Gallery id=”1″ gal_title=”Surf Club Maui Photos”]

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February 1, 2017

Beach Types on Maui

BEACH TYPES: Our Island has many different types of beaches. These range from the gentle and friendly swimming beaches on the south shore like Kamaole 1, 2, and 3. And range up to the high surf, high energy beaches on the north shore. The high energy high surf beaches are for experts only, and are not good places to swim. if you are planning a family beach day, choose a user friendly beach. A user friendly beach has accessible parking, amenities like restrooms, and showers, and preferably swim at a guarded beach. Only a small number of Maui beaches actually have life guards on patrol, so try to chose one of these,.. Especially of you have small children, or a large group. There are many other beaches that offer different conditions, that are favored by different sports enthusiasts. Fishing for…

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January 14, 2017

Learn Kiteboarding on Maui

Learn to Kiteboard on Maui Learning to Kiteboard is Fun, with our patient and professional Instructors. We have all kinds of beginner lessons and advanced lessons too. Our lessons are located at Kite Beach on Maui’s north shore. This location has a sandy beach in a cove surrounded by a protective reef. This creates a…

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February 5, 2016

Tips & information

Tips & information General Information: Lessons by Appointment. All participants must be able to swim. Participants must sign a waiver. Adults sign for children under 18 yrs. Participants are responsible for gear. Safety Information: Surfing & ocean sports can be dangerous. Pay attention to the ocean conditions. Never overstate your abilities. Do not exceed your physical abilities. Participate at your own risk. Follow directions of instructors and warning signs. Report any injuries, dizziness etc. In an emergency call 9-1-1 For your Comfort: Wear a Rashguard shirt. Wear sunscreen on your face, neck head. Wear a hat even in the water. Cover other exposed areas. Wear booties for traction. Wear board shorts. Drink lots of water. Ocean Safety Tips: Never dive headfirst into the water. (Even when falling off your board). Protect your head and neck. Do not step on the…

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January 29, 2016

What is a rashguard?

Rashguards What is a rashguard? (aka. “Rashie, rashguard, surfshirt..”) A rashguard is a shirt that keeps your belly off the board. Some people get a rash from rubbing their belly on the board all day. So a shirt is pretty much standard. Any shirt will do.. our surf shirts are designed for the purpose, made…

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January 27, 2016

Kayaking Tours and Kayak Rentals on Maui

Kayak Rentals on Maui Our most popular Kayak Rental Package on Maui is the Whale watch and Turtle kayak rental tour. Maui is the Whale watch and Turtle kayak rental tour   These kayak adventures for two (2) people, feature our Ocean Double-Kayak (1 x 2-man kayak), that are stable and fun to ride. Each package comes with; Paddles (2), seat back-rests (2). We also provide sun-shirts (2) and reef shoes (2). Our paddlers are also provided with a complete snorkel set (2), including silicone mask, snorkel and fins in a tote bag, and a dry-pak (1) for your phone. Beach chairs (2), a cooler (1), and beach umbrella (1) are also provided for a beach picnic after paddling. Our package includes everything you need for a complete self-guided tour of Maui’s best kayak/snorkel sites, and sea life sightings are…

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January 25, 2016