Surfing in a club is the way to meet other enthusiasts, to go surfing to several, to be part of a family. Can take advice from the best, discuss travels, sessions, enjoy the intergenerational and be an integral part of the events organized by the club. By joining the 29 HOOD surfclub, you defend the interests of surfing and freedom of practice because the more we are, the stronger we are.

You can enjoy training sessions throughout the year on the beach of Pors Carn but also on the spots of the Bay of Audierne and south Finistère during the big swells of winter.

You will have access to the club house (leave your board, shower etc.), you will benefit from a promotional discount with our partners.

Our Goals

– To feed and develop associative life in Bigouden country by gathering, federating surfers (all supports, all levels combined) and more generally the people of the nautical environment.

– Organize festive and convivial events and contests.

– Enable more people to discover the joys of surfing (the youngest, the city dwellers)

– Allow licensees a year-round supervision

– Create a team 29 HOOD and promote high level riders

Finally, you will be able to participate in the training of sports executives, in particular on the judgment to be able to be part of the judges panel at the sporting events organized by the clubs.

Take a licence

Why take a licence ? logo_federation_francaise_surf This club is labeled French Federation of Surf. It allows you to register with the French federation of surfing and take a license that ensures you as part of the practice of surfing or related disciplines. You can simply surf at leisure or you can train at the competition and high level by participating in departmental, regional or national competitions and appear in the national national classification. In all these cases, the license protects you in your practice. IMPORTANT : “Article 1382 et seq. Of the Civil Code stipulates that everyone is liable for damage caused to others by his own act and by the fact of things in his custody or use.” The surfer who strikes another surfer or swimmer is therefore presumed responsible (for the use of his board). It is therefore strongly recommended to practitioners to guard against any damage or from themselves by having an FFS license.