How PSH got started with Blane Chambers
Monday, June 27, 2011
Sunday, June 26, 2011
Saturday, June 25, 2011
Friday, June 17, 2011
Had two clients show up to go paddleboarding. As we got out on the water and as we chatted, hearing their northern accent, I had asked where they were from? Me being from NY , LongIsland too, As it turned out they too were also from LongIsland as we narrowed it down we actually went to the same HS and graduated the same year. ''NFW'' .... I had over 1600 in my graduating class so I only new a couple hundred at best.. Anyway small world and was nice to make small talk remembering the old home town as we paddled along with the dolphins.
Sunday, June 12, 2011
We finnaly had some waves to ride after the 4 days of SE winds 2-3 ft and light winds allowed us to get out there. Jesse, Seppe and i alonf with Scott , Mick P. and Pat B. had fun catching the early am tide.
Then in the afternoon we headed to the boat for some SUP and longboard wake surfing.
Fun day on the water with great friends...
Friday, June 10, 2011
FREE PADDLEBOARD LESSONS....
Saturday, June 11th, from 3-4:45 pm for lessons then 5 pm Race time..See us near the pier/beach side of Harbour Town at the base of the Light House . Free Paddle board lessons, demo's , fitness clinics This last race will be a long distance race and a new co-ed relay paddleboard race and a fun 13 and under kids race . Get a partner and have fun.. Fun for all ...bring your friends and family...Prizes, beverages and a fun time ... Come down ''get on board and walk on water'' at H20Sports..
Monday, June 6, 2011
Friday, June 3, 2011
The 2011 Sapinus Pro presented by Air Tahiti as news of a large, long period south west swell is announced that will provide the kind of conditions that dreams are made of here at Sapinus in the beautiful region of Punaauia, Tahiti. This new swell is scheduled to hit on wednesday / Thursday of next week, at around 12 ft @ 19 seconds period: this means spectacular big surf for the assembled athletes and spectacular viewing for you the audience. What's more, the swell direction anticipated is ideal for Sapinus and should provide even better conditions than we witnessed last year!!