Not at all. The Advanced, Advanced-Plus and Expert waves are suitable for even for the most experienced surfers - including professionals competing on the world circuit or training for the Olympic games. Progression in surfing depends on practising and how regularly you surf and the number of waves you get to ride. Unlike other sports, surfing requires the right weather conditions, in daylight hours, at a time and place you are free to surf. The Wave takes away all these inconveniences so surfers can surf as regularly as they choose, at a time to suit them. The Wave is a brilliant training ground to improve your surfing on consistent waves with specialist training and coaching available.
Articles in this section
- Are there any coaches / hosts in the water on a Waikiki session?
- Do you need to have had a lesson before you can do a beginner session without a lesson?
- What time do I need to arrive for my surf?
- Are all your surf instructors qualified?
- Can I surf in the rain?
- I’m experienced, will it be too easy?
- Do you need to be an experienced surfer?
- Is it easier to learn to surf at The Wave than in the ocean?
- Can you offer surf lessons in any languages other than English?