17 years since our first lesson, the new look Global Boarders Surf Co. Cornwall is pleased to introduce our strongest ever coaching team for 2022. With over 15 years coaching experience our head coach Chris Brown (current English team coach) leads a team of 12 + coaches, all of whom have been hand picked to ensure the highest levels of quality and professionalism are achieved on a daily basis for all ages and abilities.
All our coaches and guides are fully qualified lifeguards and we’re one of the only surf and coasteering centres to hold the prestigious AALA licence.
Global Boarders Surf Co. Cornwall has a permanent bases at Sunset Surf Cafe, Gwithian Towans and Praa Sands. Where possible we will hold all our surfing programmes at these locations. If the conditions are unsuitable / unsafe at Gwithian & Praa Sands then to minimise cancellations and ensure our clients enjoy the best possible surfing experience, we have mobile licences / permissions to run sessions at; St Ives Bay, Newquay and Marazion.
We work closely with the RNLI Lifeguard and all of our surf school locations run a lifeguard service from April – October 10am – 6pm.BOOK NOW
Our award winning Gwithian surf school is nestled in the corner of the beautiful St Ives Bay. The picturesque beaches of Gwithian Towans and Godrevy are one of Cornwall’s more quiet and safe surf destinations.
You can find us based at the Sunset Surf Café in Gwithian, where we have excellent facilities for all our surfers, including warm changing rooms and toilets.
Sunset Surf Cafe, 10 Gwithian Towans, TR27 5BTBOOK GWITHIAN
We welcome you to our Centre of Excellence, Praa Sands surf school and coasteering centre, situated at the Number 1 surfing destination on the South Coast of Cornwall – Praa Sands.
Our expertly-trained team is based just a stone’s throw from these excellent waves which rank well among other locations in Europe. Come and join us as the sun sets over Mounts Bay for an eye-opening spectacle across the shimmering waters of our much loved southern jewel.
£45 per person
Beach Car Park, Castle Dr, Praa Sands, Penzance TR20 9TGBOOK PRAA SANDS
Mousehole is one of Cornwall’s top Coasteering routes. Dating back to the 13th century Mousehole was once invaded by the Spanish armada and gives the name ‘The Spaniard’ to one of our highest jump sections on our ‘Adrenaline’ route.
In 1981 RNLI lifeboat the Solomon Brown made national news by tragically sinking whilst attempting to save the crew of a stricken boat off Lands End. The lifeboat station remains today and provides the perfect mixture of history and discovery on our ‘Adventure’ coasteering route in Mousehole.
£45 per person
North Quay Car Park, Mousehole, Penzance, TR19 6PSBOOK MOUSEHOLE