Hawaiian Style Surf School provides surf and stand-up paddleboard lessons (SUP) lessons year round with private, semi-private and group lessons accommodating from 1 to 24 students. We also cater to large companies and corporate events. Give us a call today to book your next event, 808-874-0110.
GROUP LESSONS: 1 instructor for up to 6 people
The small class size makes for a more personal learning experience. In the group lesson you will learn basic techniqus in surfing or paddleboarding.
|Surf Lessons with Refreshments||$75.00 per person|
|SUP Lessons with Refreshments||$90.00 per person|
SEMI-PRIVATE LESSONS: 1 instructor for 2 people
Semi-private lessons are ideal for people who prefer to have more one-on-one surf time with their instructor.
|Surf Lessons with Refreshments||$200.00 for 2 people|
|SUP Lessons with Refreshments||$220.00 for 2 people|
PRIVATE LESSONS: 1 instructor for 1 person
A one-on-one private lessons are for those who would like to improve on their surf or paddleboarding skills.
|Surf Lessons with Refreshments||$150.00 per person|
|SUP Lessons with Refreshments||$175.00 per person|
The duration of all lessons are 2 hours.
All lessons include refreshments which include: juices, bottled water & energy snack.
8 years and older for all lessons.
Surf & SUP Lessons
Hawaiian Style Surf School provides surf and stand-up paddleboard (SUP) lessons year round with private, semi-private and group lessons accommodating from 1 to 24 students. We provide Softops surfboards & Focus Paddle boards for all skill levels along with rash guards and booties with each lesson. Throughout your surfing classes, your instructor will be with you at all times to guide you through the process of learning to catch and ride your own waves. Our instructors are avid local Hawaiian surfers. You are getting taught by the best! All surf lessons are a two hours. The success rate for students of our surf school is great, you're pretty much guaranteed to get up on your first surf lesson.
Stand up paddle surfing (SUP), or in Hawaiian Ku Hoe he'e nalu, is an emerging global sport with a Hawaiian heritage. The sport is an ancient form of surfing, that started with using a one-bladed paddle, while standing on a normal length surfboard. In the early 1960s, the Beach Boys of Waikiki would stand on their long boards, and paddle out with outrigger paddles to take pictures of the tourists learning to surf. This is where the term "Beach Boy Surfing", another name for Stand Up Paddle Surfing, originates. This sport is quickly gaining popularity all over the world because of quick learning curve and the benefits of a good 'core' workout.