Packages and prices

Paddle boarding is great for mind and body, a great way to see the world and your surroundings, to connect with nature, and it’s even more enjoyable with friends or family. So whether you’re organising a work team-building day, a kids’ party, hen or stag, or you simply want to have a laugh with friends, family or work colleagues, we can tailor a session to suit.

Give someone the gift of paddle boarding!


Give someone £50 towards an individual or group session in 2020

50.00 £

2020 Prices (per group unless stipulated)
We come to you, and provide all the gear!

1-2-1 (90 mins)

55.00 £

Family/group sessions

90 mins

Price per adult

40.00 £

Children’s parties (maximum 6 people, aged 10 and above only, one parent must join in)
£150 per hour
£210 90 mins

Night paddles!
Grab a light for your paddle, and enjoy the silence of the evening as darkness descends. There’s nothing like it!

Board hire
If you’ve had tuition and you’d like to practice on your own, you can hire one of our boards. All we need is your driving licence as deposit.
£15 half day per board

Board hire (half day)

Price per board

15.00 £

Board hire (full day)

Price per board

25.00 £

£50 weekend per board

Board hire (weekend)

Price per board

50.00 £


Group session homemade picnic hamper (see below)
From £15pp

Sundowners and party packages
Sunset, river, cheeky little drink… sounds good, right? Whether you want to SUP in the day or night, you can bring your own bubbles or beers to enjoy after your session. Yep, while you ride the tide, we’ll keep a drink on ice for you in our camper van, and you can toast your achievements together.

We can even cherry-pick your own homemade picnic hamper, made locally by Louis’ Home Cooking.

Prices start at £15pp and sample menu includes:

Homemade sausage rolls
Coronation chicken sandwiches
Seasonal vegetable frittata
Individual tartlets with seasonal local berries

Location, location
The beauty of paddle boarding is that you can take your board where ever you like. We like to host our sessions at various points along the Thames – think Wargrave, Marlow, Chertsey, Hurley, Henley, Windsor, Purley, Runnymede or Reading – but we can come to you if there’s a lake or river nearby. We are fully licensed to use the following waterways (click here).

Safety first
Falling in can sometimes be half the fun, but we take your safety very seriously. Everyone taking part will be provided with a floatation device. All boards come with a leash, and we’re trained in first aid for every eventuality. We can provide waterproof footwear, but you can also wear your own, or bring flip flops, or something similar, even trainers, during your session. Let us worry about your safety, so you don’t have to.

What to wear?
We recommend you wear whatever makes you feel comfortable. We have a variety of wetsuits you can choose from, or you can bring your own. Otherwise, shorts and t-shirt will do the job. Unless you’re a hen or stag, in which case we expect tutus and onesies.