WB Surf Camp is currently offering registration for its 2010 overnight teen summer camps, kids summer camps, and family learn-to-surf vacations.
Online PR News – 02-April-2012 – Wrightsville Beach, NC – Wilmington, NC May 27, 2010 - WB Surf Camp, a Wrightsville Beach, N.C. based organization, is currently holding signups for its 2010 surf camps. Surf summer camps are offered for kids, teens, familys, and adults and run in three to fourteen day sessions. Registration for the overnight teen surf camps is now open for Wrightsville Beach NC, the Bahamas, Oahu Hawaii, Barbados, Costa Rica, and the Outer Banks. These surf camps run in sessions with the first one starting June 12, 2010 and the last teen adventure camp starting August 7, 2010.
WB Surf Camp is a nationally recognized surf and summer camp organization led by experienced and certified surf instructors. It is widely regarded as one of the safest and most trusted surf camps available. Although based out of Wrightsville Beach, N.C. with many camps operated here, WB Surf Camp also operates surf and summer camps in locations worldwide including Hawaii, Costa Rica, and Australia. Over the years, they have built strong relationships with local residents in each camp location and encourage campers to learn about and appreciate the local culture. Many of the overnight teen surf camps also include community service hours with a local environmental organization. Conservation and marine life education are always a theme and a priority during the surf camps for kids, teens, and adults.
The overnight teen summer camp program is designed for beginners learning to surf and for surfers looking to improve their skills. A minimum student to instructor ratio of 3:1 ensures that each student remains safe, builds confidence, and learns the fundamental skills necessary for successful surfing. Surf camp locations for teens include Hawaii, Australia, the Outer Banks, Costa Rica, Barbados, the Bahamas, and Florida, encouraging travel and exploration, independence, positive social skills, empowerment through confidence, and environmental and marine awareness.
WB Surf Camp Founder Rick Civelli has been a surfer since his youth and learned an appreciation for environmental conservation at an early age. "It seems like a natural fit for me to connect my love of surfing with my interest in marine sciences and conservation. While I began my career as a marine science educator and summer camp director, it gradually became clear to me that I could deliver this message to people, especially young people, through the art of surfing. Teaching kids to surf imparts so many skills - from athleticism, to confidence-building, to love and respect for the ocean."
Registration for the 2010 summer surf camps is currently open and campers can sign up online or by calling WB Surf Camp at 866-844-7873. For more information, visit http://www.WBSurfCamp.com or http://www.WBSurfCamp.com/camps/camp_teen.asp.