Long Island Stand Up Paddleboarding

Sunset Harbour Yacht Club

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Up to 59% Off

Customer Reviews

45 Ratings

Great for beginners
Ben T. · October 6, 2017
we had a great time with the family
Toni C. · 8 days ago
Really cool people, great lesson. Cool perspective Standing on water.
Douglas W. · June 1, 2017

What You'll Get


Choose from Six Options

  • $38.99 for 75-minute SUP paddleboard lesson for one ($85 value)
  • $68.99 for 75-minute SUP paddleboard lesson for two ($170 value)
  • $36.99 for 75-minute SUP paddleboard rental for one ($62.50 value)
  • $58.99 for 75-minute SUP paddleboard rental for two ($125 value)
  • $58.99 for sunset SUP paddleboard tour for two ($130 value)
  • $158.99 for sunset SUP paddleboard tour for four ($260 value)

Standup Paddleboarding: A Hawaiian Hybrid

Standup paddleboards have become more and more common on the waters of the world—learn where they came from with Groupon’s exploration.

Though standup paddleboarding’s (SUP) origins are often traced to ancient Hawaii, author and surfer Bonnie Tsui notes in the New York Times that it can be attributed to the Waikiki beach boys who used “canoe paddles with surfboards in the 1960s, as a way to keep an eye on their tourist charges.” The beach boys were a group of Hawaiian watermen who served as surfing instructors and canoe guides at Waikiki’s hotels when Hawaii fielded its first influx of international tourists at the turn of the century. Though popular in Hawaii, standup paddleboarding did not experience global recognition until the 2000s, when surfing legends Laird Hamilton and Dave Kalama began practicing and promoting SUP.

The Wall Street Journal credits SUP’s increasing popularity with the fitness community to the fact that “like yoga, standing on a board requires basic balancing abilities, which in turn strengthen and tone any and all muscles used to stay in position.” While nascent SUPers should opt for wider, longer boards as they’re starting out, Tsui notes that “the ‘anyone can do it’ maxim…hold[s] true” for SUP, thanks to the sport’s adjustable pace, relatively stable boards, and ability to be practiced on flat, wave-free waters. The sport’s pros advise that, once on the water, beginners should assume and paddle from a kneeling position before standing up to ensure stability. Once standing, boarders can take the paddleboarding stance with feet parallel and hip-width apart, toes forward, head and shoulders upright, and gaze level with the horizon.

The Fine Print


Promotional value expires Sep 1, 2017. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Valid only for option purchased. Deal is valid for 2017 season. Must be 8 or older. Younger than 15 must be accompanied by guardian. Subject to weather. Reservation required. The class/rental for 2 people must be taken together at same time. Late arrival may result in in a fee up to voucher Price. Rental offer is only for experienced SUP riders who have had a lesson or ocean water experience in the past. There is no instructor with paddle board rental option Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About Long Island Stand Up Paddleboarding


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