We provide wetsuits, surfboards and instructors... you come ready to have some fun in the water! Don't forget some tasty snacks and your favorite beverage for après surf on the beach. Women's Surf Nights are now moved to Sunday afternoons in the fall at either 12:00 to 1:30pm or 3:30 to 5pm.
***Please put your height and weight in the notes when you check out. We need them for surfboard and wetsuit sizing.***
SURF NIGHT CANCELLATION POLICY
To cancel, you must call or email Surfari at least 48 HOURS (by Friday) or more before your Sunday booking and we can either refund the amount to your card or reschedule to another Sunday. If we cancel due to weather and/or lack of waves we will refund your card.
Please note that our lessons are not canceled for fog, rain or a chilly day. We will be getting wet in the water and we have wetsuits to keep warm! We will only cancel if the conditions are not suitable for surfing (because the waves are either flat or too big) or because of thunderstorms.
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I can't believe no reviews yet? Here in my 50th b-day year, I'm doing things again that I haven't done in a decade or more. After wanting to take a lesson with Surfari for awhile, I just finally joined the Women's Surf Night class. It was a large group, but the four instructors (including father and daughter team) showed up with boards and wetsuits sized to each of us, and no matter our ability or experience, they gave us the attention and information we needed on the beach and in the water. Although I'm in pretty good swimming shape, it was challenging for me to let go and find my balance, even on the gentle waves at Good Harbor, but I felt encouraged by the instructors and inspired by all these other women. Maybe even a little competitive with them - or myself? (Like, hey, I can do this!) So stoked tonight, I already signed up for the next session when I got home. In the meantime, though, I might even rent a Surfari board and wetsuit to practice on my own. What a wonderful way to spend a hot July afternoon/evening. Now that I got back up on the waves again, I could see myself surfing throughout summer and into fall...