Extreme Abilities

You're only as limited as you allow yourself to be


Surf Events

Adaptive Surf Clinics

In order to reach as many people as we can with adaptive surfing, we pack our gear and boards into our modified surf and wheelchair trailer so that we can host a surf event almost anywhere, if beach accessibility is not an issue. If you have a disability or know someone who does and would like us to come to your town and show you the ropes, get in contact with us to do a collaboration event.

A lot of our focus will be placed on ocean safety and conservation. We will be visiting schools in the area to rally students to part take in beach cleanups and educate them of safety and conservation issues and how they can make a positive impact and have fun surfing while doing it.

Youth Surf Therapy

Saldanha is predominantly a fishing and industrial town. Surrounded by ocean it lends for plenty of surf opportunity. The local community has up until now been estranged to the beach and ocean life and Extreme Abilities is set on changing this by reintroducing the ocean to the youth in the form of Surf Therapy. Like many other townships and informal settlements, Saldanha faces its own social challenges with gangsterism, drug abuse and teen pregnancies on the top of the long list. Following the example of other non profit organisations locally we aim to achieve the same success in youth development through Surf Therapy in the Saldanhabay Municipal area.

Learn to Surf event 1 September 2019                                     

Download info Sheet
Learn to Surf 1 September '19
Learn to Surf 1 September.pdf (182.15KB)
Download info Sheet
Learn to Surf 1 September '19
Learn to Surf 1 September.pdf (182.15KB)

Surf Competitions/events

South African Adaptive Surfing Championships, Durban 18-19 May 2019

The 4th South African Adaptive Surf Championship was hosted at New Pier in Durban, visit the Made for More SA facebook page for more info

International Surfing Assosiation

National Sea Rescue Institute