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COVID-19 and Paddle Boarding in Brighton

As of today 13/05 after a coronavirus induced break paddleboarding in Brighton is back on the cards! British Canoeing has a good update on how to approach things, stay home as much as possible and take your usual precautions when out on the water. It’s been a while but glad we can all get back […]

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Sea Lanes gets planing approval!

A great day for water sports around Brighton as the council approves the Sea Lanes Development. Not only is this going to be a big win for Brighton’s flourishing open water swimming community, it’s going to be a great launch and landing place for paddleboarders so it will be great to watch this space develop. […]

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Where to stay in Brighton

If you’re coming to the Brighton for a paddle boarding weekend then these are some of our picks for places to stay that are near to the water so you can get out amongst the action as quickly as possible. Good value and near to the water: Baggies Brighton YHA Looking for a bit of […]

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Paddle Board Hire in Brighton

Looking to hire a paddle board in Brighton? Here are our top picks for where to get your gear from Brighton Watersports – Brighton water sports is in the heart of the action, just a short walk down from Brighton station they have wetsuits, paddle boards and buoyancy equipment. One of the oldest hire establishments […]

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Top Paddleboarding Routes Around Brighton

Brighton is blessed with great paddleboarding routes all within about a 30 minutes drive of the city centre. Below is an ever growing list of routes you can tame.  West Pier to Palace Pier A paddle boarding route to take in the best of Brighton’s waterfront sites, if you can do this at sunset you’re […]

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