Tow in Foiling/Step off Surfing
Tow in Foiling or Step off Surfing is the fastest and easiest way to get up and ride the waves!
About: Tow In foiling
With the foil under your board, surfing becomes extraordinary. You are flying above the water like on a magic carpet ride. The Hydrofoil increases the speed you ride and the rides can go up to 3-4 times the distance then a regular surfboard.
Open up a whole new world of waveriding! Catch waves that you could not imagine, at speeds you only dream of!
Tow in Foiling is the fastest and easiest way to get up and ride the waves over and over again, while being perfectly placed on the wave with the professional at the wheel.
About Step off Surfing
The certified coach will drive the jetski into the perfect section of the waves for you to hop off the side to start surfing! No paddling needed. It’s an amazing way to Experiance surfing. We will coach you through the process.
After surfing the wave, or crashing, we will come pick you up, our Jetski’s are equipped with surf rescue sleds designed a to take you into the high surf!
This session gets you a professional instructor with Radio Communication, a JetSki set up for surfing, and or all the foil and safety equipment needed.
We only use the best equipment available on the market. All the equipment used is also sold in our retail shops across the island.
This session can be used for beginners learning to foil, foil surfing, tow in foil, step off surfing, tow in surfing or downwind foiling.
This session is completely tailored to your specific needs and your surf level.
-Know how to swim/ be comfortable in the water.
- Private one on one instruction with an IKO certified instructor
- All Equipment and safety gear
- Radio helmet for communications while in water
- Gear insurance
What to Bring
- Bathing suit
- Change of dry clothes
**In the case of inclement weather or no wind**:
At times we may have to reschedule lessons at the last minute due to varying factors such as unsafe or unfavorable conditions, thunder, lightning, gusty winds, offshore winds, light wind or no wind.
This determination is at the discretion of the management and instructors. We base decisions on current or forecasted conditions, as well as other factors such as safety, tides, etc.