Paddleboarding stag activity

Start your stag weekend with a splash

Looking for city centre adventure for your stag do? Check out stand up paddleboarding – it’s the UK’s fastest growing watersport and the ultimate stag do activity.

We’ll combine building some basic skills and a journey with plenty of games to make sure the stag leaves “refreshed”. Our stag activities are suitable for all abilities and can be as relaxed (dry) or energetic (probably wet) as you want. If you’re looking for an adventure in Bristol city centre it doesn’t get any better than this.

Prices:

Group size Days available Price
3–5 Sun – Fri  £37.50 pp (2.5 hours)
6–24 Every day £35 pp (2.5 hours)

 

Times: 11.00 / 14.00
Duration: 2.5 hours approx
Group sizes: 3–24. Please contact us about larger groups
Where to meet: The Cottage Inn, Baltic Wharf, Bristol BS1 6XG ‎
Online booking: Book early to guarantee your session.

From £35 per person

Book today with just a £10 pp deposit

What’s included:

  • Water safety briefing
  • Basic paddling skills
  • Journey
  • Games and activities
  • Hot showers and changing facilities
  • Wetsuits if required
  • Secure storage for valuables
  • Top instruction from our passionate and qualified guides

Relax or refresh

As wet or dry as you like

Premium equipment

Optional wetsuits for those planning a wet one

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Award winning adventures

Just minutes from the city centre

Book now with just £10 per person deposit

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Reviews and feedback

★★★★★
Awesome Stag Experience

We were a group of 16, with little or no experience on the water but were made to feel completely at ease thanks to the guys and we all had a brilliant experience! A mixture of travelling down river and games on the water served as a perfect hangover cure.

Tripadvisor Review

★★★★★
Excellent stag do activity

Instructors were brilliantly patient with our ‘mixed-ability’ group. Floating around the harbour (and the odd dip) was the perfect remedy to a full-on Friday night. Would heartily recommend to anyone.

Tripadvisor Review