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Sat, 21 May

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Eccleston Ferry, Chester, UK

Learn to stand-up paddleboard (SUP)

Find out for yourself why SUP has become the fastest growing water sport worldwide on one of introductory sessions or a private session on the stunning River Dee, in the heart of Chester.

Learn to stand-up paddleboard (SUP)
Learn to stand-up paddleboard (SUP)

Time & Location

21 May 2022, 13:30 – 15:30

Eccleston Ferry, Chester, UK

About the event

LOCATION: River Dee, Chester (Sandy Lane)

You must be over 18 years of age

Be able to swim 50 metres (if not able, a 1-1 session will be required)

Delivery of sessions is subject to weather conditions

About our sessions

If you are new to paddle boarding and want to see what all the fuss is about, why not book on to one of our 2 hour 'intro to SUP' sessions, providing you with the foundations of paddle boarding, or refreshing your skills if you haven't paddled for a while. All 'intro' sessions are delivered on the River Dee in Chester, a beautiful and generally calm stretch of water, providing views of the 'meadows' and iconic river front promenade, in the heart of Chester.

Session content:

  • Overview of equipment
  • How to carry the board
  • Getting on / off
  • Positioning options on the board (prone/kneel/standing)
  • How to use the paddle to steer
  • Recognising hazards and how to avoid them
  • How to fall off the board and get back on

What's included:

  • Wetsuit
  • Buoyancy aid
  • Paddleboard
  • Leash
  • Paddle
  • Dry bag for your valuables
  • Changing poncho if there are no changing facilities

What's NOT included:

  • Glasses retainer for glasses / sunglasses
  • Footwear (e.g. water shoes, old trainers)
  • Swimsuit for under wetsuit
  • Windproof jacket
  • Towel
  • Refreshments
  • Waterproof case for camera / mobile phone

Booking a private session:

If you prefer to book an individual or group private session, either in Chester or at an alternative location, please email us.

How to pay:

SUP & Summit ask that you pay for your activity or voucher by bank transfer as this method does not incur any charges. Companies such as PayPal take up to 3% of every transaction made and therefore, absorbing these fees means that we have to charge more for our activities or have bigger groups - something we obviously want to avoid.

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