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I always advise that instead of Rental for persons to book onto one of my weekly SUP SOCIAL sessions or one of my TOURS if possible. The Sea or anywhere else can be a dangerous place if you do not know what you are doing and are not prepared. Hey SUP Socials are same price as an hours Rental!!!!!!!!!!
Stonehaven Paddleboarding has the latest and most recommended equipment you can get for rental so you can be assured that you will be having the best experience.
The Boards are inflatable and come deflated in a bag with pump, leash and paddle.
If you would prefer to collect board inflated just let me know.
Wetsuits and Boots are all 5mm to keep you toasty warm.
2 hrs – £20
1 day – £40
2 days – £70
3 days – £100
4 days – £130
5 days – £150
6 days – £175
(For longer rental please add £25 per day)
2hrs – £10
1 day – £20
Only persons over the age of 14yrs that meet the minimum standard for Paddleboarding are permitted to rent equipment. All those under 18yrs must be accompanied on the water by a parent or guardian who also meets the minimum standards required.
If in doubt about your ability message me or send an enquiry about booking onto one of my lessons or progression sessions. Customers must ensure prior to hiring that they are not suffering from alcohol or drug abuse or any medical condition that would make it dangerous to participate.
You must take communication and safety with you in a water proof case/bag if touring and understand self rescue techniques. If in doubt have a lesson or stay near our lesson groups.
We reserve the right to refuse rental to any customer if we consider any of the above conditions are likely not to be met or we consider surf or weather conditions to be unsafe.
Paddling in the Harbour Be aware of fishing and other boats moving in and around the Harbour. Priority of movements should be given to boats entering/exiting the harbour at all times.
Stay clear of moored boats.
Never dwell in and around any of the entry and exit points of the 3 areas of the Harbour.
When leaving or entering any of the 3 Harbour areas always keep to the middle of the entry and exit areas so you are visible to any other boats entering or leaving.
Stay clear of the area highlighted in the pic below paddle craft are not permitted here at all times, large fishing boats move in this area so it is highly dangerous to paddle around here!
I will be staging my opening process and the operating of my activities in accordance with guidance set by the Scottish Government, Watersports Governing Bodies and advice from the Coast Guard and RNLI. Many of these procedures are already standard practice but due to COVID-19 additional measures are needed. All procedures will be monitored closely, and changes will be made as regulations are updated.
ENJOY STAYING SAFE