Surf Lessons at Rincon Surf School

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About Rincon Surf School

Mission:

Sharing our passions through surfing in a safer environment, while growing and supporting the Rincon Surf School family.

Management:

SASS Global Travel and Rincon Surf School, LLC – established in Estado Libre Asociado de Puerto Rico.

History:

The Rincon Surf School first opened its doors in 1999, making us the oldest surf school in Rincon! The school was originally part of the famed Rincon Surf and Board, featuring boarding house-style rooms for surfers, complete with bunks and overhead surf racks. It featured multiple buildings as well as the surf school offices, and was operated by two owners until 2012. No longer a lodging property, the surf school was acquired in August, 2012 by the principals of SASS Global Travel, a small family-owned action sports and adventure travel company. SASS Global Travel operated custom surf trips for three years to Rincon prior to the acquiring the Rincon Surf School, and finally took the opportunity to move their primary office location from its New Hampshire origins to Puerto Rico. Today, the surf school is managed by Surf School Director Whit Arnold, Managing Director Travis Moore and other members of the SASS Global Travel management team. Clients can also expect a world-class coaching and guiding staff led by a committed team of experienced, safety-conscious English-speaking coaches that collectively represent the best professional surf coaches in Rincon.

Welcome from SASS Global Travel & Travis Moore

Welcome to the new Rincon Surf School! Whether this is your first time surfing or your 500th, you’ll find everything from fun coaching for beginners to dawn patrol packages and advanced surf guiding for those looking to explore new breaks. We also have many resources for lodging, condos, activities and dining in the Rincon area!

Contact me any time at info@rinconsurfschool.com or call me at 787-823-0610! I look forward to meeting you.

-Travis Moore, Managing Director

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