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group Beginner sup lessons


Sup classes for only $20
to reserve your spot you need to contact the Seaport is by calling[masked] ext 100
Visit the Seaport for a “green” day on the water with an amazing amount of paddling experiences right off our dock. The Foss Waterway Seaport in partnership with the Youth Marine Foundation will offer both paddle board and kayak lessons (see times below). We will offer opportunities to row in Verte - the first Bantry Bay Gig on the West Coast of The United States, and a dragon boat. What is are outrigger canoes and rowing shells you ask...come see both moored at our dock. Need a new hobby - come talk to the people who are out there paddling away. This is an event you DO NOT WANT TO MISS!

Paddle board - Session I - 10 to Noon - 10 people per session (10 and older) - $20 per person
Kayak - Session 2 - Noon to 2 PM - 10 people per session (10 and older) - $20 per person
Paddle board - Session 3 - 2 to 4 PM - 10 people per session (10 and older) - $20 per person
Additional $5 will allow you entrance to the Museum to see our outstanding exhibits and presentations!
Call now -[masked] x 100 to reserve a spot for the lesson of your choice!

Come see the James Robert Hanssen on exhibit at the Seaport. This ocean-going rowing boat is extreme paddling at its best. A team of four competed in the North Atlantic Rowing Race in 2006 and won the first international ocean rowing race from New York to England. Come listen to rower, Jordan Hanssen talk about exploring the world's water under human power.

TALKS in the Museum:
11 to 11:30 AM - Jordan will tell tales of his adventures rowing across the ocean, learn what the team's next trip will be - how they train and why they like this kind of rowing.
Noon to 1:00 PM - Jordan will be at the boat to answer questions. Plan to board the boat and see how small those cabins really are!
1:15 to 1:45 PM - Jordan will talk about the science data they have collected and how the boat is outfitted for ocean rowing.

Schedule of other paddling experiences coming soon!

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