Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP)

£120

TYF’s one-day masterclass introduces beginners to the techniques for safe, low-effort and enjoyable stand up paddleboarding. 


We share the magic of nature on the secluded, sheltered and slow-flowing rivers of North Pembrokeshire, using top quality inflatable stand up paddleboards (SUPs).


Highlights include the beautiful Teifi Gorge, paddling through serene ancient woodland and historical sites.

Reviews

SUP Paddle Boarding at St. Davids

bobgriffiths057, 17th July 2017

Our guide Matt did a great job of introducing us to SUP.He is very knowledgable and enthusiastic and answered all our questions. 


Matt had endless patience with us two old codgers and he gave us a enjoyable experience and introduction to SUP.Pulling the wetsuit off my ankles when we finished was above and beyond the call of duty. 

SUP-ing (Stand Up Paddleboarding) is great

Gillian R B, 30th August 2017

My partner signed up for an introductory SUP session and enjoyed every minute. The session was led by Dean who was great. Everyone was standing up by the end of the session. Can't wait to watch him have a go on the sea next time. Really recommend this session to get confidence to take it further.  

Stand up paddle boarding

WillM1690, 31st May 2017

Dylan & Levi were superb instructors, staff at Tyf offices very friendly & helpful, SUP experience FANTASTIC! We were part of the 1st set of clients on TYF paddle boarding and their openness to customer feedback and input will see this part of their business flourish. Thanks for a great time guys- we'll be back!

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Stand Up Paddleboarding?

Stand up paddleboarding, or SUP, is a water sport born from surfing with modern roots in Hawaii. Stand up paddle boarders stand on boards that are floating on the water, and use a paddle to propel themselves through the water.

How long is a SUP session?

Our SUP sessions are 7 hours from door to door and you can expect to spend around 5.5 hours on the water.

What equipment do I need?

You Bring

  • Swimwear

  • Towel

  • Old Trainers

  • A packed lunch

TYF Provide

  • Stand Up Paddleboard

  • Paddle

  • Wetsuit

  • Buoyancy aid

  • Helmet

What if I can't swim?

When stand up paddleboarding you have to wear a buoyancy aid, so being able to swim is not a requirement. We run these sessions at a small ratio of 1 guide to 8 participants which enables close support and supervision. 

Where do SUP sessions take place?

Our SUP sessions usually take place on the River Teifi, when conditions allow we also run sessions on the coast around St. Davids. 

What is the youngest age allowed on a SUP adventure?

We take any age from 1 to 100. Participation is more to do with size and ability rather than age. As a general rule under 8s will need to be booked on as part of a private/closed session. To book under 8s please call the booking office on 01437 721 611