LEARNING SURF SKILLS
Proven techniques to get you surfing. From beach & surf safety, catching waves, to how to pop up & ride waves back to shore.
Whether it's watching your friends wipe out or riding your first wave. There's no better feeling. Stoked!
NEWQUAY'S FAMOUS BEACHES
The home of British surfing. Surf on the UK's most renowned surfing beaches.
Equipment Included In The Price
We pride ourselves on providing great equipment. All are included in the price. Just bring swimwear, flip flops for the beach & a towel.
Knowledgeable Surf Coaches
From surfing techniques on the beach to insights into Newquay nightlife.
Indoor & Outdoor Changing Rooms
Outdoor showers and private changing areas
What should you expect from your stag do surf lesson?
The most important thing for us is that everyone has a fun time celebrating (safely, of course)!
Your stag do surf lesson starts off at our base in central Newquay. We’ll welcome you, take you through the basics, get you into a wetsuit and grab a board. We’ll then head down to the beach for a quick safety briefing and get you all in the water for the maximum time possible.
First off, we’ll give you a couple of exercises to do in the waves so you get used to lying on a board. We’ll show you how to properly paddle and how to hold a surfboard. Once you’ve got the hang of this, we’ll head back to the beach for a breather and some coaching on how to stand up and ride waves to the shore.
Hopefully, a stag do is something you’ll only need to celebrate once, which is why we want it to be memorable, fun and unique. We’ll tailor your lesson to your group. So, it doesn’t matter if you’re a pro or have never even held a surfboard (or a mix of both!), our experienced instructors will get you all on a board and having fun.
At Cornish Wave, we pride ourselves on offering fun, safe and educational lessons on some of the most beautiful beaches in the country. A surf lesson in Newquay is the perfect way (and place!) to enjoy a stag do!
Surfing – something to wear under your wetsuit. Some shoes to wear to the beach & a towel.
Coasteering – something to wear under your wetsuit, a pair of old lace-up trainers you don’t mind getting wet & a towel.
Wild Camping – Warm clothes, sleeping bag and your favourite food & drink. Make sure you read our full packing list.
We keep a constant eye on the local surf and weather forecasts. If we deem the sea unsafe to deliver your session we aim to provide a replacement activity.
For beginner surf lessons we ask that you can swim 25 metres. Your first surfing experience will be in waist deep water to let you get used to the surfboard and waves without venturing too far from the shore. Each of our surf lessons are suited to the abilities of the individual or group and all surf coaches hold Surf Life Saving and Surf Coaching Qualifications.