Standup for the Cure with Seacoast Paddleboard Club

The mission of Seacoast Paddleboard Club is to “get people out on the water, have fun, and give back to our community.” So, when our friend and club member, Chris Grippo asked us if we would like to put together a fundraising team to support the Standup for the Cure virtual paddle, we jumped right in.

As a club, SPC is committed to being inclusive and offering events for individuals of every skill level. So, to ensure this promise we are hosting the following paddle events to support the Standup for the Cure.

If you would like to join Seacoast Paddleboard Club’s SUFTC fundraising team, or if you would like to donate on our behalf, please visit the link below.

Get Involved!

Community Pink Paddle
Tuesday, August 25

Distance: 3-6 miles
Paddle Rating:  Easy

We are dedicating our weekly Tuesday Night Community Paddle to support Standup for the Cure! By doing so, we are asking everyone who signs up for our weekly Performance or Recreational paddles on August 25 to wear pink, and if possible, please donate to the Seacoast Paddleboard Club fundraising team.

Participation Requirements: You do NOT need to register with the SUFTC to participate in this paddle. However, you will need to sign up for one of our weekly Community time slots as usual.

As always, proper safety gear (leash & PFD) is required and COVID-19 protocols (mask and social distancing) will be enforced.

Reserve Your Spot!

5:30 PM Performance Paddle
6:00 PM Recreational Paddle
6:30 PM Recreational Paddle

Pink Coastal Paddle
Sunday, August 30

Distance: 6-8 miles
Paddle Rating:  Intermediate/Advanced

If you are feeling the need to get out on the open ocean a log and few more miles than usual (6 – 8 miles), we have some good news for you! On Sunday, August 30 we will be meeting up at Pirates Cove in Rye for a 9:00 am paddle to the boat ramp at Odiorne Point.

Parking Logistics: Parking on Route 1A continues to be restricted so we are asking all paddlers to be dropped off at Pirates Cove by no later than 8:30 am. You will also need to make arrangements to be picked up at the Odiorne Point Boat Ramp. Estimated paddle time is approximately two hour and twenty minutes

Participation Requirements: As SPC’s official fundraising paddle for the Standup for the Cure, you will need to register with the SUFTC to participate in this paddle. We also encourage all paddlers to wear pink for the paddle.

As always, proper safety gear (leash & PFD) is required and COVID-19 protocols (mask and social distancing) will be enforced.

Join Our Fundraising Team!