Summer is coming…

The days are getting long, the water is warmer, and the best time of year is just around the corner…summer is coming.  That’s right everyone our favorite time of year is upon us and with summer comes some of the best time to surf in both Huntington Beach and Newport Beach.  Daylight savings affords us ample sunlight to do lessons well into the evening for those surfers that want to experience the sunset surf session.  Surfing during the “golden hour” is that magical time of day when the sun is coming down to set, yet there is still ample light out to catch a few waves.  It’s personally my favorite time of day to surf and enjoy the ocean.

Summer is one of those times to enjoy the beach at both ends of the spectrum because the early morning lessons are perfect to avoid some of the mid day crowds that come down to the beach.  Generally the conditions are the best in the morning because the wind hasn’t come up as much interfering with the integrity and shape of the wave.  Additionally you may want to plan to come to the beach a bit earlier to ensure you get a quality parking space.

At Learn To Surf we want to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to surf regardless of what time of day it is…so with that in mind we do accept same day appointments.  However to ensure a lesson we recommend that you book your surf lesson at least 24 hours in advance to guarantee that you will be able to surf with us.  Spots to take a surf lesson fill up really fast in the summer and we want to make sure we can accommodate everyone that comes down to the beach.  So give us a call to book a lesson or you can book with us online and it will give you real time availability.

We cannot wait to see you out in the water…

Aloha Nui Loa

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