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SUP Hub NI

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Bregenz House, Quay Street, Bangor, County Down, BT20 5ED
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Stand Up Paddleboarding must be close to the most fun you can have standing up (while paddling a board in a wetsuit)… and that’s before you consider the rather attractive option of splashing your mates or diving in for a dip into the crystal clear water. Add in a truly unique dining experience with a picnic of delicious treats - in collaboration with foodie haven Guillemot Kitchen Café and Deli - and you have the ultimate SUP-Nic adventure.

And standing (or sitting) astride your paddleboard, you’ll have the best seat in the house to enjoy your succulent gourmet lunch. The folks at SUP Hub have been leading paddleboarding groups for years, and decided to mix things up with an experiential dining experience on the open water.   

The experience is suitable for all levels of paddlers. Your expert guides will be at hand to show you the ropes of paddleboarding, as well as point out areas of interest along the stunningly beautiful coastline. Some of these guys have paddled as far as Wales (the country, that is…), but you don’t need to go that far for the experience of a lifetime. 

It’s an inspired way of showcasing the local sites as well as the local food. Not only that, but it’s all sustainable too – the team at SUP committing to a ‘No Plastics at Sea’ policy to ensure the waters remain crystal clear and enjoyed by all. 

And as you paddle ashore, you can also join in their ‘Two-minute Beach Clean’ policy, picking up any rubbish you come across as your good deed for the day - so it’s all part of a good, clean, giant adventure that’ll leave your conscience (and your headspace) as clear as the deep, blue water.

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