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Posted by Rick Civelli | 04.24.2008 | Surfing Lessons

Carolina Surf School Heating Up!

As the water temps heat up, so does our Carolina Surf School.  Over the past month Doug, Jimmy, Matt, and I have been teaching quite a few lessons.  As I write this post, my hair is still wet from a group lesson I taught this morning at Wrightsville Beach.

Our Carolina Surf School offers private surf lesssons (1:1), semi-private (2:1) and group surfing lessons (3:1).  Our instructors are available to meet clients at Wrightsville Beach, Carolina, Kure, Fort Fisher, Topsail, Surf City, Masonboro, and Figure Eight Island.   Doug is heading to Masonboro this weekend with some clients to surf this magical island.  Masonboro is a barrier island free from development with 4300 of its 5000 acres made up of tidal salt marshes and mud flats.  Talk about getting a private surfing lesson…….it doesn’t get much more private!  Our founder, Rick Civelli worked hard while sitting on the board of directors for it’s Society and helped acquire the many parcels that were in private ownership and are now deeded to the state for public use.

Our surfing lessons cater to the absolute beginner, or for those looking to learn more and improve their skills.  There is just so much to learn about the ocean and progressing your comfort level on a surf board in the various conditions that can exist.




One aspect of surfing that is super important is surfing etiquette.  We educate all of our clients on this topic to help ensure that their surfing experience is as safe and enjoyable as possible.  Respecting fellow surfers, the environment, and yourself will help you to make the most out of this newfound sport that will change your life forever!

Our clients have all left their lessons stoked on surfing and more knowledgeable about our coastal environment…….mission accomplished!  If you would like to register for lessons, click here, or call our office toll free at 866.844.7873 and speak with one of our Reservation Specialists.  We offer lessons seven days a week, so come on down to beautiful Southeastern North Carolina for an experience you will never forget!

-Jenn R.