Coast to Coast is Scotland’s premier destination for surfing and coastal adventure sports.

ABOUT US

Since 2004 we’ve been teaching art of surf riding. Growing organically, we are now Scotland’s premier provider of coastal surf and adventure sports. Based at Belhaven Surf Centre in Dunbar our experienced instructors provide quality instruction in surfing, paddleboarding, skateboarding and coasteering from beginners to advanced.

OUR ACTIVITIES

SURFING

Surf lessons and courses on Belhaven beach.

SUP

Stand up paddleboarding on East Lothian’s stunning coastline.

COASTEERING

Explore Dunbar’s rocky landscape.

SURF CAMPS

Surf adventures on Scotland’s remote coastlines.

SURF SKATE

Learn and improve in our Dunbar skate school.

EQUIPMENT HIRE

Wide variety of high quality equipment.

WEEKLY SURF FORECAST 

MONDAY, SEP 26th: This week we have consistent waves every day in the waist to head high region that is currently forecast to run into the weekend with nice waves forecast.

We are also taking bookings for our junior October holiday courses (see surf on menu above)

REVIEWS

OUR TEAM

 

 

 

 

All staff have lifesaving and surf qualifications appropriate to the level they’re teaching. They are disclosure checked, and have an ASI or ISA level 1, 2 or 3 instructor qualification. Seven of our current staff have represented Scotland in either surfing, longboarding or bodyboarding in the recent past.

OUR BASE

 

 

 

 

We operate from the Belhaven Surf Centre, a wonderful brand new facility on the beach.The surf centre has hot showers and underfloor heated changing rooms next to the south side of Belhaven Beach.

OUR STORIES

ABOUT US

»Read our story and see where we’re coming from.

BLOG

»Updates on events, competitions and life in general.

FORECAST

»We show you what we use to forecast the swell and the weather.

ENVIRONMENT

»We do love the Ocean. Check out what we do to protect it.

FAQs

»Commonly asked questions on one pile.

JUNIOR DEVELOPMENT

»Helping the young ones on their surf  journey.

PARTNERS