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TripAdvisor 2017 Certificate

We did it again and have been awarded a - "Certificate of Excellence" from TripAdvisor for the second time and it is you the public which we wish to thank for all the great comments which you have posted and keep us striving to offer a great service. We really appreciate them all, we aim to…
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Team Building on the Waikato River with the XL SUP board

Team building work group having fun with us on the XL paddle board - or moire like lets see who we can get in the water first .... watch until the last clip and you will see that even the last instructor (Keith) had no chance at staying dry - thanks for such a great time and many many laughs - I also can no longer say that I have never fallen in the Waikato River :)

Why use a ISA trained coach

The ISA Coaching and Instructing Programme is designed to establish an industry standard of safety, quality and efficacy for surf and SUP coaches and instructors around the world. The courses aim to develop the skills, knowledge and abilities of individuals who wish to take a scientific approach to the coaching of Surfing & Paddle boarding. With emphasis on risk…
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Halberg Disability Sport Day Raglan

For the second year running we have had the privilege of being able to help and support the Halberg Disability Sport Day - here are some shots of what we all got up to. Thank you to everyone that joined in on making these days so much fun for all.
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IKO Kiteboarding safety tips

Wind window The wind window is the area where the kite can fly. On its edge, the kite generates its minimal power, because it only receives the true wind. It is also where we use the kite clock as reference for teaching. Positions 9 and 3 o'clock are also called launching and landing positions. 12…
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