WHAT’SUP

Stand Up Paddle surfing (SUP), or in the Hawaiian language, Hoe he’e naiu, is an emerging global sport with a Hawaiian heritage. The sport is a modern interpretation of an ancient form of surfing. It re-emerged in the early 1960s. The Beach Boys of Waikiki would stand on their long boards and paddle out with outrigger paddles to take pictures of the tourists learning to surf. This is where the alternative term for SUP of ‘Beach Boy Surfing’, originates.

WHY SUP

SUP has become one of the world’s fastest growing sports with good reason. It’s easy to get to grips with, good ‘clean’ fun and is brilliant for toning up the tum along with the rest of you. Athletes take it up because they benefit from a strong ‘core’ workout. Celebrities are getting into it too. In fact SUP folk of all ages and abilities have been spotted around the globe at warm coastal resorts where there’s easy access to safe waters.

WHY US

For starters, Waterborn is one of the top SUP schools in the UK, specialising in beginner sessions at it's sheltered and picturesque setting at the head of the Salcombe/Kingsbridge estuary. It’s a BSUPA (British Stand Up Paddleboard Association) dedicated school that’s recognised for its reputation and high quality equipment and tuition. Then of course, there’s the stunning location …

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