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Surfing Near Inverness

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Surfing Near Inverness

About Surfing

Surfing is a great sport for all to get involved with. Experiencing the thrill of standing up and riding a wave, is like no other! Feel the roaring power of nature beneath you, making you feel as if you’re flying, skimming across the sea. Even if you’re a beginner and manage to stand up for just a second, it’s a great feeling, one of thrill, excitement and accomplishment. With little kit or equipment needed, it’s an accessible sport to get involved with and a great way to get active.

What Shall I Wear to Surfing?

Each surf school will provide a kit list, but most commonly, you can rent or borrow a wetsuit, surfboard and suitable footwear. You should bring along a swimming costume, towel, any spare change for the car park and snacks afterwards, warm clothes to change into afterwards, sun cream if it's a hot day and a rash vest or shirt to wear underneath your wetsuit to protect yourself from sand particles and rubbing on your skin.

Who is Surfing Suitable For?

Surfing is suitable for almost anyone with a basic ability to swim (different centres have different requirements, but above 25 meters is normal) and who have some level of balance. Of course, as a beginner, it’s difficult to balance on the board but as you practice, some can find themselves standing up within a day. Surfing is suitable for all age-ranges often from 8 and above (which may require a parent to be present). Each surf school has different requirements.

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