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Mark S.
Report | 2 months ago
It's addicting. Kids and I (at 53) love it.
Patricia T.
Report | 6 months ago
Fun and friendly!
Natasha F.
Report | 7 months ago
My children had a blast. Even though you have to make a reservation, it does not mean that you will have the surfing area exclusively. Therefore, thirty minutes may not be long enough for the family to enjoy the experience.
roberto d.
Report | 9 months ago
Be sure to ask how many people share your Appt. time. If it's more than 5, try to shift around to another time or you'll get any ride time.
Cheryl C.
Report | 10 months ago
The boys loved it! Make sure you take a towel and dry clothes!
Report | 11 months ago
There is one person who works there and helps out if needed but he/she can get quite busy. If you have a really young kid who hasn't done this before, it may be helpful to go in with them so they can fully enjoy the experience. One time slot can have up to 8 people and each person usually goes one at a time, so 30 minutes can go really fast.
Denise G.
Report | 11 months ago
Very friendly staff! Great experience!
Lisa M.
Report | a year ago
Bring a towel and an extra pair of clothes.
Leesy P.
Report | a year ago
Helpful staff over the phone and at the shop. Kids had an absolute blast! Call ahead for reservations in advance. Make sure you arrive in plenty of time to sign their simple online form and change into suits before your scheduled time. Boys: wear snug-fitting trunks; girls: wear one-piece or swim shirt with bikini bottoms. They allow goggles, if your kid is nervous or wears contacts. Bring your towel. The class starts promptly and you'll miss out on surf time if you aren't dressed and ready to go at the top of the FlowRider at your scheduled time. Adults need to sign waiver to stand inside glass door to take photos.
John M.
Report | a year ago
This was great! Kids loved it! Bring a towel and a cover up for boyz and girls. And tie your boyz shorts tight! LOL...No moons over Miami here... And bring some dry clothes. Towel, dry clothes, big t-shirt (to cover up) and you are good.
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Aqua Shop is in the business of defying physics; inside, water flows uphill. The FlowRider wave machine?an attraction usually reserved for theme parks or cruise ships?projects a frothy current blasted up a slanted ramp, emulating a wave for surfers, wakeboarders, and ambitious belly floppers to catch anytime, regardless of tide conditions. Before visiting, guests can check out the fun from the company?s live camera view, which shows off sweet rides and spectacular wipeouts during all business hours.

Water isn?t the only element Aqua Shop harnesses. The emporium of all things extreme hosts shred sessions on its Big Wave mechanical surfboard and encourages visitors to fire foam balls back and forth in the Cannon Ball Blaster arena. The in-house Thrill Zone features a padded obstacle course with a climbing wall, a slide, and a secret portal that grants one wish from Kelly Slater?s magic bald head.

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