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If you go: Surfing

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Globe Correspondent / July 23, 2006

Surfing lessons begin with instructions about water safety and last about an hour. All fees include board and wet suit rentals. Individual lessons cost $50, and surf camp runs about $25 per student. Although a surf board acts as a life preserver, tides and currents can be tricky. Beginners are encouraged to start slowly and to avoid putting themselves into conditions beyond their experience.

Resources

Zapstix Surf Shop

190 Ocean Blvd., Seabrook

603-474-SURF (7873)

www.zapstixsurf.com

Lessons, board, wet suit rentals.

Cinnamon Rainbows Surf Co.

931 Ocean Blvd., Hampton

603-929-7467, 603-926-WAVE (9283) for 24-hour surf report

www.cinnamonrainbows.com

Lessons and rentals.

Eastern Surfing Association

www.surfesa.org

The largest amateur surfing association in the world, founded in 1967 and now with a current membership over 7,000 .

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