Amelia Island Paddle Surf Company

1630 Scott Road , Fernandina Beach , FL 32034
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About Amelia Island Paddle Surf Company

Explore all this wonderful island has to offer from the deck of a standup paddle (SUP) board. Lessons, rentals, and tours including sunrise ocean paddles, sunset paddles in historic downtown, Cumberland Island, Lofton Creek, Fort Clinch, and more.

Founder Bobby Greene is an avid surfer, freediver, kite surfer and paddler,  a true waterman in every sense of the word.  Calling Amelia Island home together with his  in-depth knowledge of the environment and passion for the outdoors led him to create Amelia Island Paddle Surf Company.  
Amelia Island Paddle Surf Company's mission to share, celebrate, and preserve all this wonderful island has to offer from the deck of a standup paddle (SUP) board.  With top of the line equipment and certified instructors and guides, the Amelia Island Paddle Surf Company strives to make your experience a memorable one. 
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47 Reviews

Jun 18, 2021 by kristencU5645XF


Have done two paddles with this company, one to the boneyard and one in Egen's creek, and had a great experience both times. Everything you need is provided: life jackets, water, waterproof phone...

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Jun 17, 2021 by Jerry C

No other paddling company is remotely close

Bobby and Kristie are by far the top paddle boarding experts on the island. My wife and I have done almost every itinerary and have now invited friends and family to come on group trips. The level...

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Jun 13, 2021 by Carolw9152015

Excellent time on Lofton Creek with Kristie

Kristie was great and super safety oriented. She gave clear instructions before we got on the water, and was clear and patient with us on the water too. She guided us around drooping branches and...

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Located just off the coast of northeast Florida, Amelia Island is easy to reach, but hard to forget. With 13 miles of beautiful beaches, abundant native wildlife, and pristine waters, this barrier island has long been a beloved destination for visitors and residents alike.