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Long Line Surf School

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Benone Avenue, Limavady, Co Londonderry, BT49 0LQ
Long Line Surf School

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Long Line Surf School is situated on Benone Beach and Portstewart Strand which offers a wide selection of packages from Beginner to Advanced surf lessons including school Board-Riders clubs.

Long Line Surf Cabin can be found on the boardwalk adjacent to the Benone Tourist Complex and at the entrance to Portstewart Strand.

Long Line Surf instructors are all fully trained surf coaches with WSA (Water Skills Academy) and Beach Lifeguard qualifications. The coaches have many years experience coaching and competing on the Irish tour with the Head Coach being a previous Irish Junior Longboard Champion.

Long Line Surf School are a Disability Surf Lesson provider in Northern Ireland who are willing to cater for all types of disabilities.

Long Line Surf School is open all year round. All our wide range of lessons are 2.5 hours long with all equipment provided. There are up to 5 lessons a day during the summer season and lessons run from 6:30am to 9:00pm.

Kids Camps run during Easter holidays as well as July and August, from 10:00 to 12:00 noon and have a package of 5 lessons for £70pp or £15pp for a lesson (full details on website).

So whether you are a complete beginner or an advanced surfer looking to improve your cutback, check out the website for more details on different packages, including video analysis and personal Go-Pro photography.

www.longlinesurfschool.co.uk
info@longlinesurfschool.co.uk

Find us on Facebook at Long Line Surf School
Twitter @Long Line Surf

Want to try Stand Up Paddleboarding? Then check out Long Line Water Trails www.outdoorni.com/providers/889/long-line-water-trails/

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Benone Strand and Portstewart Strand

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