Jamie Knox Watersports Ireland
Come and have the Time of your life in Brandon Bay and the Maharees, Home to Jamie Knox Watersports for over 25 years.
Voted Number 1 Windsurfing destination in the World "Sunday Times"
Ex to Professional Windsurfer and ISA Senior Windsurfing Instructor Jamie Knox has been teaching surfing and windsurfing for over 25 years.
Jamie and his highly qualified and experienced team will give you unrivaled Surfing, Windsurfing or Paddle boarding (SUP) Lessons, service and value for money.
- Kids Surf
- Beginner Surf
- Getting There
- Due to changing tides exact surf lesson start times are not decided until the week of your lesson.
- After you book we will contact you the week of your lesson to tell you your lessons start time.
Irish Surf Association Recognised, fully qualified instructors and O'Neill Wetsuits will insure you have the best surf experience. Our ever popular 5 day surf clubs are a great way to introduce youngsters to the exciting sport of surfing in a safe and controlled environment. Surf Clubs run Mon-Fri during July and August
Irish Surf Association Recognised, fully qualified instructors and O'Neill Wetsuits will insure you have the best surf experience. Our instructors will teach you the basic's on the beach before hitting the water. Most of the lesson will be done in waist to chest depth water. At the end of the lesson you'll be ready to hit the waves on your own to master the techniques.
Stand up paddle boarding, is a fantastic way to enjoy the water, Great fun on both flat water and in the waves. Why not give it a try lessons available NOW We also have a wide range of Stand Up paddle boards for all abilities to Hire.
ISA Senior Windsurfing Instructor Jamie Knox will personally ensure you get the most out of your windsurfing lessons,with over 20 years teaching experience and over 30 years of windsurfing personally. Our windsurfing school in Castlegregory has locations for all levels and abilities.
Prices from 01 January to 31 December
|Prices per person||1 Day||2 Days||3 Days||4 Days||5 Days|
|Kids Surf Lessons||€25||€50||€75||€100||€125|
|Beginner Surf Lessons||€30||€60||€90||€120||€150|
- We meet you at the beach
Surf conditions in Kerry & Dingle Peninsula:
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Situated on the south west corner of Ireland Kerry gets a lot of swell throughout the year. During the summer this calms down slightly but can still offer some waves in glassy green water, some of the cleanest in Europe.
To surf in Kerry is an experience, from the mountains surrounding you on the Dingle Peninsula to the soft sandy cliffs of Northern Kerry. A land that offer some of the most beautiful landscapes to surf in the world.
On the North side of the Dingle peninsula this 11 km run of beach curls around and offers many options depending on the wind direction. Mostly beach breaks, some notably spots here are Dumps, and the reefs Garywilliam Point and Mossies. Most spots work on all tides and pick up plenty of swell all year round.
On the south side of the Dingle Peninsula Inch is a 6km long beach. This beach picks up lots of swell and is great for all levels. The beach offers nice long waves great for beginners and longboarding.
Inch reef is known as the longest running wave in Ireland and when all the conditions are right can run for up to 400 metres. When the conditions are right watch out for crowds as this wave is somewhat mythical in the area and in Ireland.
Out on the far west end of Dingle peninsula this beach break needs all the conditions to work. It can be tricky as it gets bigger and rips become a factor. When it does work it can be a magical wave to surf and feel like the edge of the world.
Reanough and Ballydavid are two very different waves within Smerwick Harb to the North of Dingle Peninsula. Ballydavid is known as Kerry’s big wave and with the right conditions can be a real monster only for the professional and experienced surfer. Reanough is a beach break that works on a North swell and with South West wind. There is a reef at the East end that is rideable on high tide.
This small town to the North of Kerry near the estuary of the Shannon river offers three great waves. A right that comes off a cliff and although can be hard to get up on rewards you when you do. The beach is great for beginners and works on all tides. The left that is on the South of the beach with a rock bottom. It is hollow at low tide and slightly mushy at high tide.
A long beach that looks at the Dingle peninsula Rossbeigh is a fun beach break great for beginners. At the north end of the beach there is a left hand point break but requires a long walk out to it.
Come Surf Kerry & the Dingle Peninsula with us...
- A small deposit is required to secure your booking.
- Your balance is due when you arrive at the beach.
- To cancel go to the MyAccount section and log in or register and you can cancel from within your account.
- Your deposit is non refundable but can be used for the same property/surf school within one year of your original booking.
What happens if the surf school cancel the Surf Lessons?
In the rare occasion that conditions do not allow for the surf lesson to go ahead you will be given a full refund.
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