The Florida Surf Museum preserves and documents the unique history and culture of Florida surfing. Buffett is wearing a Santa outfit and riding a stand-up paddle board on the album cover. Spessard Holland This community beach park with seasonal lifeguards is popular for family outings. Every dollar received by your generous donations and purchases make a difference and impacts many lives. Cocoa Beach Pier The Pier is a legendary landmark for surfing competitions of world-wide significance.
One Grand Prize winner, the peoples choice from the first place winners, will win a Surfing Santas Surfboard! Known as Pine Trees in the 70's, it has always been a great place for friends to gather, featuring plenty of parking, a decent sandbar and a pavilion with picnic tables, showers and bathrooms. The Fat Donkey Located in Downtown Cocoa Beach, this delicious ice cream eatery offers a variety of dairy treats. Grind for Life offers financial assistance to families suffering from the effects of cancer. History of Surfing Santas Cocoa Beach George Trosset with his son and grandkids What started as a fun family outing in 2009 has grown to become an annual event that raises tens of thousands of dollars for local charities and draws surfing and Christmas enthusiasts from all over the planet. Surfing in Cocoa Beach As the East Coast surf capital, Cocoa Beach offers beginner and expert surfers alike waves that are easy to ride and warm temperatures year-round. Bring a Friend and share the fun! The Streets Running from 1st Street through 4th Street north and 1st Street through 30th Street south, these streets comprise residential area. Owners Beth and Greg Winkler have been deeply involved in competitive windsurfing for years and continue to share their passion for all water sports with our guests.
A child of eight can learn, but also the 80+ enthusiast can continue to windsurf as it is truly a lifetime sport without a set age limit. People from all over congregate on Christmas Eve in Cocoa Beach to celebrate the holidays with Santa, friends and family. What is Surfing Santas Cocoa Beach? He wants Surfing Santas to continue to flourish and grow. The two days clinics are designed to give the Performance clinic experience with less impact on the traditional work week. In recent years, it has grown to include almost 1,000 Santas, music on a big stage in the sand behind Coconuts on the Beach, a costume contest, signature Surfing Santa T-shirts and about 10,000 spectators. Over the years, Calema has expanded from a Windsurfing only shop to Sailing, Kayaking and Stand-up Paddling.
Breaks on almost every type of swell. Sponsorship from the city of Cocoa Beach and the participation of local businesses have come to make this a true community event. Canaveral and this site helps me decide to make the 45 minute drive from Orlando to the Port. This is a family-friendly event, so please keep that in mind. Top-to-bottom barrels are a usual occurrence. Florida's Space Coast is the surf capital of the East Coast.
Swells bounce off the jetty at First Peak with extra juice that can max out the potential of a head-high wave. The outside sandbar can be fun on a medium tide, but is best when linking all the way to the inside. Our certified instructors will take you step by step using land simulators and specialized teaching gear to enhance the learning experience. From the beginning of Calema Windsurfing, the emphasis was on Instruction and Quality Equipment. Watch them ride in on the waves and kick off your holiday beachside at this free event that benefits local, charitable causes. Vegan options are available as well. Sebastian Inlet is the break most synonymous with all of and even rumored to be the birthplace of the.
Shark Pit The Shark Pit surf spot inherited its infamous name from its frequent shark sightings. George is the founder of Surfing Santas, an annual gathering of hundreds of Santa suit-clad surfers and thousands of spectators who converge on Cocoa Beach on Christmas Eve morning. Learn with the top Kitesurfing Instructors in Central Florida! Kiteboarding Lessons and Equipment Kiteboarding Lessons and Classes in Cocoa Beach, Florida! He talks fast, full of enthusiasm and wonder. Experience the heritage and traditions of the surfing community through events, exhibits and programs. Since 2014, this event has been made possible by the efforts of The Florida Surf Museum, the Trosset family and and its many volunteers. Certainly the best beach break for just the right swell and bank to crank.
It also houses the Florida Surf Museum, which allows visitors to experience the culture of Florida surfing without even stepping foot in the water. Playalinda Beach The pristine, sandbar-laden national park known as receives more press for being a nude beach than a surf spot, but it offers a rare undeveloped spot to test your surfing skills. Several surf schools have experienced instructors who can get you up on a board in no time. Our most popular Clinic, many people take it more than once. They will still cover the fundamentals taught in Performance Clinics, but in a condensed format. Our certified instructors will take you step by step using land simulators and specialized teaching gear to enhance the learning experience.
Weather should be fantastic Sun. The costumes are as diverse as the people that wear them. Oh, and we're the hometown of several international surfers including current world surfing champion. Surfing here is like catching a wave back through surfing history. Our surfing heritage dates back to the 50'2 and early 60's when a core group of surfers with their plank-like long boards regularly made their trek up from South Florida to Cocoa Beach and Melbourne Beaches. This clinic emphasizes balance, foot stance, weight transfer, harness technique, introduction to waterstarts, tacking and jibing. .
Great equipment, enthusiastic instructors, and amazing sunsets! Popular ice cream flavors include Butterscotch Bomb, Calypso Crunch, Mai Kai and Coconut Pineapple. Thanks guys and more bikini shots! It's also a great place to surf. Spanish House Earning its name from the large, Spanish-style home just steps from the break, the house is a popular spot since the days of hitchhiking and no leashes. The new re-opening of the Banana River Resort will be great for fellow water sport lovers and those just getting their feet wet! Sail faster, longer, with more sail power and less effort as you learn to use technique rather than strength. So, in 1984 — Calema was born. Testimonials This place has it all! Not to mention specialty drinks like Castaway Rum Punch and Cocoa Set Sail.