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Topic: Beginners Surfing in Florida
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Topic: Beginners Surfing in Florida
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Liz

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Beginners Surfing in Florida

I have to be in Orlando in January on business so I am planning to stay there and surf for a week. I have done one week's beginer's course already so I'm not a total novice. Can anyone recommend the best beaches/surf schools in the area?



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big t

RE: Beginners Surfing in Florida

do you know your way around FLA, Orlando is abt 2 hrs or so from the coast, Daytona Beach, Melborne Beach, or if you are up for a drive Saint Augustine Beach A1A is the coastal route best bet because it is winter time is find a rental there all over the beach areas. if you already know the basics go for it all the surf in Fla is Beach break and sand bottom. have fun Big T :)

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Liz

RE: Beginners Surfing in Florida

Thanks, I don't know my way round Florida, I live in London! But I am happy to travel to the coast from Orlando.Will probably take the train.



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Big T

RE: Beginners Surfing in Florida

What train ? nada in orlando except amtrak runs north/south only! rent a car !

Big T

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