Surfing is for everyone

Adaptive surfing experiences for adults and children with disabilities that would otherwise limit their access to the waves.
surfer with a coach in the water

What we do

Inclusive Surfing Scotland delivers bespoke surfing sessions tailored to meet the needs of each individual. Surfers are able to surf using a variety of specialist adaptive equipment, including tandem seated boards and prone surfboards. Beach wheelchairs, warm wetsuits and safety equipment are available.

Where we surf

Sessions currently are run from Pease Bay (the Borders), Belhaven Bay (East Lothian) and St Andrews West Sands (Fife). These are the closest surfing beaches to the central belt of Scotland, including: Edinburgh, Glasgow, Perth and Dundee.
Map of South East Scotland with pin drops on Behaven Bay in East Lothian, Pease Bay in the Borders and East Sands in St Andrews, Fife

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