Delray Beach Watersports

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Have you snorkeled a 100 year old ship wreck? Have you been on a Hobie Cat or sailboat recently? How about paddleboarding or kayaking? All this and more is available right here at Delray Beach Watersports. Located along the South side of A1A, this company has established itself as Delray’s premier location for fun on the beach. Delray Beach Watersports, owned and operated by Albert Richwagen, was an integral part in showing USA Today and Rand McNally’s Best of the Road team why Delray Beach is the Most Fun Small Town in America. They treated our visiting travelers to the best Delray has to offer, from sailing the crystal waters of the Atlantic to snorkeling the 100 year old ship wreck just twenty feet from shore. Richwagen helped Delray show it’s true colors, which incidentally are varying shades of turquoise and aquamarine. Unbeknownst to many Delray residents, this company has transformed the beach experience. Walking towards their alcove on Casuarina Road and A1A can only be compared to stepping into a Beach Boys music video. A thatched roof tiki umbrella casts shade over relaxing beach chairs next to the rental stand. This is where it all begins. From surfing, paddle boarding and boogie boarding to windsurfing, kayaking and snorkeling, they truly have it all. Delray Beach Watersports also offers a Surf Camp, a fantastic way to learn a new skill while enjoying some of the most beautiful landscapes in Florida. They also offer sailing or hobiecat lessons. One aspect of this beach paradise that cannot be overlooked is the friendly and well-versed staff. They provide beach goers with everything from safety information to the most opportune time of year to try each of their stellar activities. Nothing is more evident than these employees fervent zeal for beach life, and this is clearly illustrated in their desire to share all Delray Beach has to offer.

Living in South Florida palm trees and ocean breezes often become commonplace, but they are surely not taken for granted at this Delray landmark. For more information on Delray Beach Watersports and rental rates, visit www.delraybeachwatersports.com or call (561) 279-0008.