Surfboards are designed to be buoyant, hydrodynamic, and easily operated by cool dogs in sunglasses. Be as cool as a dog with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $14 for one full-day surfboard rental (a $29 value)
- $28 for one two-day surfboard rental (a $58 value)
Staff can recommend the right board for beginner or advanced surfers. Buyers of today's deal also receive a 20% discount for additional activities and 10% off retail products purchased on the day of redemption.
Hawaiian WaterSports set up shop with the intention of equipping residents and visitors with everything they need to enjoy the aqua waves and waterways of Hawaii. The shop realized that goal with two locations, each stacked to the gills with surfboards, kiteboards, kayaks, snorkeling equipment, and books on how to beat mermaids at Marco Polo. Hawaiian WaterSports is an official IKO kiteboarding center and its IKO-certified instructors teach students wind theory and the skills necessary to set up, launch, and ride their own kiteboard. Expert surfers on staff can also take squads of aquatic adventures out into the curling sea for lessons specifically designed to get beginners hanging ten and perfecting balancing technique for future limbo competitions.
It was amazing with the insight and coaching from the folks in the stores we got our boards out in the water and were paddle boarding!Julie D., Yelp, 3/26/12
The staff down at the beach where we picked up our kayaks were just as nice as well. They explained how to use the kayaks, how to paddle etc.Florence K., Yelp, 10/3/11
Tips from Groupon Customers
“Amazing instructors that are super helpful and welcoming for 1st time students. ”
“Staff was great and made it really easy to pick up and transport our SUP boards. It was a good experience and it was good way to learn about a different place for...”
“Staff was great and made it really easy to pick up and transport our SUP boards. It was a good experience and it was good way to learn about a different place for rental in Kailua. ”
“We had a fun, great day.”