Do I need any prior experience?
No. We limit numbers on each workshop and pride ourselves on being able to guide anyone of any ability through our courses. In fact, our key focus is on inspiring people & teaching the craft that goes into a board. Once you book, we’ll contact you to run through all your board decisions.
Do I need to bring anything?
No, we’ve got you covered. Before you take on the experience you will receive a questionnaire about the kind of board you’re after so we can create something purposeful for you.
We’ll provide all the tools and material that you’ll need.
You will be on your feet for most of the day and things can get a bit messy so be sure to wear closed toe shoes and something you’re comfortable to get dusty in.
What do I walk away with?
The resin finish will still need to be applied, so we keep hold of them and take them to our trusted laminator. We work on a 4 week turnaround, but this can vary dependent on demand. Once we have it back in the workshop, we’ll reach out to you to arrange collection or delivery. So, whilst you won’t walk away with your board, you’ll likely have a big smile on your face and a new adoration for the craft.
How can I rebook if I can't make it?
Life happens, we understand. If you can’t make the spot please give us 72 hours notice. We will happily reschedule your workshop at no extra cost.
What if I’m not sure about which experience to book?
If you’re unsure of which of our experiences will be suitable for you, we’re more than happy to line up a phone call to chat through the options. Contact Us. Once you book, we’ll contact you to run through all your board decisions.
What is sizes do you offer for the workshops?
For our surfboard courses, we limit them to making one surfboard at time. Some people like to share the experience and may make boards together, so technically we could have up to 6 people in at once. If you’d like to book a group session with us and make multiple boards during this session we will be able to organise a specific time slot to accomodate for your needs, so contact us and we’ll see what we can do.
Has anyone ever failed to make a surfboard on your course?
We often get asked this question as people are curious as to what the workshop will entail. The answer is no. We make sure to limit the amount of surfboards being made at any one time so that we can provide the best support and guidance. Our experiences are tailored to teach people with no prior experience as our goal is to inspire people with the process of making their own board, that is delightful and functional.