Whitewater tubing in the Delaware Water Gap!

If you’re not all about crazy adventures, but secretly you are, this may just be your trip. About 2.5 hours away from NYC is a section of the Delaware Water Gap which is floatable in a tube. To make it all adventury, local authorities approve the opening of a dam which increases the volume of the water, which in turn creates the awesome whitewater conditions that allow for an epic adventure that’ll make your friends jelly. Just two dates left! Book asap! This trip is rated Beginner. Inflatable tube, personal flotation device, and helmet included.

Before you go, click the links below. Then go book it, fam!

Heads up, fam. Transpo to and from will be included for an additional fee with a minimum of 4 guests.

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Awesome wakeboarding for any level

Imagine you and your homies just chillaxin’ on a warm lake on a sunny afternoon, crackin’ some cold ones, listening to some good beats, watching your friend face-planting over and over until you pee your pants... or they do. Word.

Whether you’re a Beginner or competition level pro Advance, we got you covered on this trip. We’ve been doing this trip since 2016 and love it! Wakeboarding, wakesurfing, and even tubing are all inclusive with our provider less than an hour away in Budd Lake, NJ. All necessary equipment and basic instruction if you need it are provided by your guide. Your guide will adjust to your skill level. Watch videos to see how we ride then book it!

HEADS UP, FAM. Please note that this this trip will only be confirmed when there are a minimum of 4 people who book. Max number of people per trip is 7.

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Surfin' like a boss for beginners

We were like, Let’s go surfing!

After all, just south of Brooklyn, we’ve got some of the best surf on the east coast. (Bet you didn’t know that, huh?) And as it turns out, we’ve even got world renowned surf champs designing lessons for beginners, so we partnered with them to make it happen like only New Yorkers can!

All inclusive beginner surf camp with other beginners right hurr in NYC, baby! Board included. Just gotta get your butt over there, so plan ahead because A train on weekends is ridiculous. Word. Watch a video of our last surf trip, then sign up.

HEADS UP, FAM. Please note this activity is approximately 2.5 hours and takes place at Catalina Beach House in Long Island and there is a $20 valet parking fee and $35 beach access fee for the day (both payable when you get there). Sorry, Long Island got no chill with their beaches and wants to keep riff raff like you, out. But seriously though, have you ever tried to surf on a public beach between 9a and 5p on a hot weekend? The crowds are frustrating, like sitting in traffic for an hour. Catalina Beach Club owns a private beach on Long Beach and unlike free beaches like Far Rock (still our fave, too), there are no crowds waiting for sets in the water, except your small group. So, you can pay less for a rental or local beach bum to show you some things on a crowded beach and maybe get lucky, or you can pay a little more for personal attention, patience, and time to learn and catch a bunch of sets by yourself. So, yes, it’s exclusionary, but it’s also the best way to catch your first wave so next time, you can just a rent a board anytime you want. Take LIRR, a local bus from Far Rockaway, and/or just take a cab.

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Intro to Sailing

Sailing is awesome. Duh. Wind in your hair. Sun in your face. And plenty of filthy sailor humor and drinking afterwards. Word. But first, you need time, rich snobs with boats, and access to said boats to do it. So, we partnered with the only nonprofit in NYC that recruits and teaches inner city kids to teach them how to sail. They in-turn support their mission with sailing trips for boat-less sailors like us. Your fee goes towards supporting that mission. If you've never sailed, this will be a great opportunity to get your proverbial feet wet. If you have, this will be a refresher or a chance to teach the rest of us how to sail like a boss. You’ll be given some super basic instruction and will get to steer. Personal flotation device provided. This trip is rated Beginner*. Watch our videos to see what it’s like to sail with us. Plus, according to the American Sailing Association, July is Learn to Sail Month. Boom! You were meant to book this trip! Sign up.

Before you go, click the links below. Then go book it, fam!

*Our partner uses small J-24 boats which are very responsive to the choppy waters around NYC. You should probably avoid eating before this trip. Pro-tip: Focus on an object on land to ward off bad vibes. If that doesn’t work, don’t give up on sailing. Just try again on bigger cruising boats.

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