Paddleboard Hire in Brora
Paddleboard Hire in Brora

Paddleboard Hire in Brora

Want to experience the breathtaking views of East Sutherland? There’s no better way to explore the lochs and coastlines than a paddleboarding experience. You can hire boards and get lessons from the Sutherland Adventure Company.

Why hire a paddleboard in East Sutherland?

Paddleboarding is a great way to explore, especially in East Sutherland. Hiring a paddleboard makes sense if you have limited space while travelling or just want to try paddleboarding before you invest in your own board.

Places to explore include Brora beach, Loch Brora, Golspie beach, Loch Shin in Lairg, Dornoch Beach and Loch Migdale in Bonar Bridge.  If there’s a particular place you would like to paddleboard that’s not on this list, then simply give them a call, as they are a fully mobile service and can deliver boards to a number of places around East Sutherland. They discourage you from paddling in Loch Fleet between Golspie & Embo.  This area is a National Nature Reserve and has breeding seals and other animals which have been disturbed by paddleboarders.  Enclosed water spaces (Loch Brora, Loch Shin and Loch Migdale) are preferable for beginners.

  • Activities are available for all ages!
  • Paddleboarding lessons from £35 pp
  • Paddleboard hire ½ Day Hire £25 pp
  • Paddleboard hire full day £40 pp
  • Wetsuit shoes: £4.50 per day
  • Wetsuit gloves: £3.00 per day
  • Wetsuits: £7.50 per day
  • Additional buoyancy aid: £7.50 per day
  • Always check the tides – seek local advice

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