Early Morning Weekend Paddleboard Special
Get out early on the calm morning water of the Pumicestone Passage. At high tide glide quietly past stingrays through crystal clear waters as you paddle to the surrounding white sandy coves and inlets of Bribie Island National Park. At low tide, explore the sandbars of the passage for legions of soldier crabs and find an island on the passage all to yourself. Start early to beat most of the boating traffic, the intense sun and the hard work of paddling in the late morning and afternoon sea-breeze by getting out at 7.00 am or 8.00 am in the morning for 1 hour of paddleboarding. Includes five minutes of free instruction and local advice to get you out having fun on the water in no time. You can choose to stay safe and paddle close to the business, or explore further into the Marine Park and Bribie Island National Park and get your exercise for the day.Choose from either, 7.00 am to 8.00 am, or from 8.00 am to 9.00 am. This is usually the best time to get out on the water for a paddle, before the afternoon winds begin. Also, the sun will be mild and you can avoid over heating and most of the other boaters and traffic will still be only just getting out of bed. 5 minutes of free instruction is provided, as well as safety briefing, recommendations, wind, tides and weather advisories. Must sign waiver and lifejackets (PFDs) are provided for your safety. Must be a competent swimmer. Max weight 110 kgs. All hires are weather permitting, must close in 15 knot winds and above as stipulated by our insurance provider.