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Get up & Get on Paddleboarding

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  • Visit BritainWe're Good to Go We're Good to Go 2021
Seapark Bay Beach, Holywood, County Down, BT18 0LH
Get up & Get on Paddleboarding

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Get up & Get on paddleboarding is an exciting new adventure based business in Northern Ireland.

I have been paddleboarding for 10 years now and love introducing this exciting sport to local people and visitors alike. Getting on a paddleboard can make us react positively to water and being in the sea can calm and connect us. We have a blue mind and it's perfectly tailored to make us happy in all sorts of ways that go far beyond. Whether it is relaxing in the surf or floating quietly in the ocean, I feel being part of Get up & Get on paddleboarding will introduce you to a fun healthy way of life and find freedom to explore the coastline and its marine life whilst always being happy physically and mentally. I am keen to give people this experience paddleboarding in and around our scenic waterways.

1:1 or group tuition £40 per person or £80 1:1

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  • On site parking

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  • Paddleboard Lessons - Belfast 

    From £40 - per person 

    Stand up paddle boarding puts you right out there to enjoy the sights, sounds and smells of nature. With the water under your feet, you’ll be finding that you have the perfect viewpoint to observe seals, marine life and taking in nature all around you. You will be able to see birds in action, witness a serene sunrise, paddle through mist or marvel at a breathtaking sunset. 

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* 10:00 - 16:00 every day except Wednesday

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