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RE: surfing lessons« Reply #1 on: August 26 2004 14:08:00 »
I haven't managed to find any, am trying to learn too, I've been going down to St. Andrews, and just having a go... It's quite easy to catch the waves, just nails to stand up!!!
RE: surfing lessons« Reply #2 on: October 11 2004 14:10:00 »
id like to surf too, and come from south lanarkshire. though i go to uni in edinburgh. theres some surf shops there which offer lessons but i imagine theyll be pretty pricey so havent asked yet.
im not a strong swimmer and i dont know if that'll be a problem learning to surf. :-(
RE: surfing lessons« Reply #3 on: October 12 2004 08:10:00 »
Right guys theres plenty of places 2 surf on the east coast...... If your learning to surf and live in edinburgh speak 2 Jo @ saltwater 01312297800 he can arrange lessons for you. It wont be that expensive!
To save time and money hire your gear and get yourself out in the water!!
RE: surfing lessons« Reply #4 on: December 05 2004 08:12:00 »
you can als also try clan the shop in glasgow Jamie Blair is a surf instructor
RE: surfing lessons« Reply #5 on: March 18 2006 14:03:00 »
can you really surf in scotland we are thinking of moving there since I was born there and would like to go but my son is a surfer we live in southern cal and is not wanting to give his surfing up..!!
RE: surfing lessons« Reply #6 on: March 18 2006 18:03:00 »
of course you can. think about it; look at the fetch between scotland and the US!