Services We Provide

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Surfing lessons

Offering you a surfing lessons with high-qualified coachs

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Surfing camps

Offering a surfing camp for you and your team, in case you want to stay with us

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Wake surfing

Wale surfing is good for newcomers, who are just trying.

About The Company

We are Suring School. We are surfers, travelers, and dreamers. We’re always looking to take on a new challenge, a bigger wave, a crazier trick. To us, it’s all about persistence. And we want to help you ride on, whether it’s getting up on your first wave or mastering your technique. For nine years, we’ve been helping people achieve their surfing goals. Our mission is to teach you everything about surfing – from technique, to etiquette, to surfing culture. For us, surfing is a lifestyle. We’re here to make your experience in the water as amazing as possible.

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Our Team

Andrew Shimmer


Andrew Shimmer has a 15-year experience in IT development and marketing. He has successfully run companies specializing in innovative technologies.

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Ann Maisner

Marketing Director

Ann is a high-skilled professional with over 10 years of experience in marketing. She has been rewarded by the Association of Marketing as one of the most successful directors.

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Tomas Abbar

Product Manager

For 13 years, Tomas has been taking a position of product manager at Quantum. He successfully launched several best-selling products. Now he is working on 3 new products.

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1 person surf lesson


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  • Surfboard
  • Group training
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2 people surf lesson


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  • Surfboard
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4 people surf lesson


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Our news

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Teenager who learned to surf in 60 minutes

This is the real-life story of Miguel, a 17-year-old who made surfing look easy by embracing it with a carefree attitude. Learning to surf isn't necessarily the easiest thing in the world.

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How long does it take to learn how to surf?

It is one of surfing's frequently asked questions. How long does it take to learn to stand up on a surfboard? How hard is it to become a surfer?

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What is wave refraction?

Perfect waves are not always a winning combination of wind, swell and tides. Sometimes, idyllic surf sessions depend on a concept called wave refraction.

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Look through the answers to the most popular questions. Didn’t find what you need? Just send us a request and we will get in touch with you shortly.

General ocean knowledge

If you feel like you're going to die, relax! You're probably not going to die. You have a board... it floats. Currents can be strong though, and if you don't feel confident in the water, try to go out near a lifeguard. Always swim/surf within your abilities.

Choosing your first board

Start out big. Either foam or fiberglass will do the trick, but you'll look even more like a kook if you're out there on a dinky board and can't even paddle into waves. It will take you a lot longer to learn on a small board and with a bigger board you'll get to catch a lot more waves, have a better time, and get more practice.


No matter where you live, there is a "beginner's break" or simply put, a place where the ocean conditions and the crowd are conducive to learning how to surf. If you're learning, find out where this beach is and go there until you have enough experience to comfortably catch waves at a more difficult break.

Surf school/lessons

Lessons are a good way to learn the basics and a great way to support local communities. Even better, if you go to group lessons you can find some new surf buddies who are at your skill level.

Basic technique

If the nose of your board is digging in to the water then you're too far forward on the board.
If you're sliding/falling off of the back then you are too far back.

Fitness and fatigue

When you first start, you will tire very quickly. So quickly that by the time you make it to the line up even on small kine days your arms will feel like spicy noodles and your rib cage will hurt from laying on the board.


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