How to book a SUP
I have an online booking system that allows you to see what ‘paddles’ are available. Book yourself in a time slot that suits you, and pay online. If all goes well you should receive and email to confirm the date, time and whereabouts of your session and a reminder the day beforehand.
I don’t publish everything and half of my classes that are not online are for private groups. If you have someone you would like to paddle with let me know the time and day of the week ( one off or a regular slot during the summer months) and let’s book you in. Or I can pair you up with someone else; just let me know when works for you and more than likely I will have someone else who would like to paddle the same time.
We are dependant on the river flow, weather system and other people booking into the same class ( shares the cost).
Cost is £35 a person for a 90 minute paddle board experience, which includes all equipment ( not shoes or clothes) and tuition. This price is subject to 2 other people booking into the same time slot.
A private lesson is £65 an hour and £75 if you want 75 minutes.
In the Family Fun Time ( don’t need to bring a kid, you can simply mess around on the boards and work on a variations of moves and footwork). During these sessions you can share the board with someone else (you have brought), so share the cost and the hour or bring a child. I have small paddles for the smaller children and they must wear buoyancy aids or floatation devices. To paddle a board on your own, you must be able to swim 50metres. At all times you are attached to the board via a leash, so you will never be far away from your biggest buoyancy aid! Special offer, if you book more than 4 of you in from one family, then your 5th board is free or kids go for £25 an hour and you can share your board with your family or book a few boards to share.
If you can’t find the time to suit you, then email me with the options that would work for you and I will do my best to find a time.
SUP Socials Many people have enjoyed making their own social with friends and sharing boards, so that just requires hiring you the boards and I come with the boards to make sure you and your friends and family stay out of harms way. We will use the Jubilee River when the flow gets too strong or high on the Thames and will go for longer paddles further afield: Wargrave, Henley Oxford, Grand Union Canal. We will also offer a night paddle, which is super fun; requires reflective jackets and lights.