• All surfers must be able to swim at least 50 metres in open water.
• Ensure that you are covered by Public Liability Insurance for surfing.
• Keep your surfing equipment in good condition.
• Always use a surf leash to prevent you from losing your surfboard. For you your board is a safety device, to others it may be a lethal weapon.
• Have consideration for other water users including swimmers and anglers.
• Never surf alone or immediately after eating a meal.
• Always return to the beach before nightfall.
• Where possible surf in a recognised surfing area (e.g. in between the black and white checked flags).
• When paddling out avoid surfers who are riding waves.
• When taking a wave see that you are clear of other surfers.
Remember, if someone else is already riding the wave you must not take off.
• Be environmentally friendly. Always leave the beach and other areas as you would wish to find them. Feel free to throw anything that is not supposed to be on the beach in the rubbish bin.
• Never mix surfing with alcohol or drugs.
• Be considerate of other beach users especially when carrying your board to and from the water.
• If you are new to the sport never hire a surfboard without first having a surfing lesson. (Given by a ISA qualified instructor).
• Always wear a wetsuit when surfing in The Netherlands
• When possible use a lifeguard patrolled beach. Obey the lifeguards instructions and be prepared to assist them if required.
• Surf spirit! Be friendly and respectful to all people in the water.
|School||Mo - Sun||08:30 - Sunset|
Sun - The
08:30 - 23:00
|Shop||Mo - Sa
|09:30 - 18:00
10:00 - 18:00
Our permanent pavilion is built in 2015. Evert Pronk van Bint Architects made this design.
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