You've never soaked up NYC
like this before.

SCHEDULE

Friday, August 19

5-8 pm

Pre-registration, board drop-off and dinner at Fishmarket located at 111 South Street.

******IMPORTANT NOTE******
WE CANNOT STORE BOARDS THAT ARE LONGER THAN 14’. If you are paddling a board longer than that you will need to get it to the start line on Saturday morning.

Hotel info…

SEA Paddle NYC has partnered with the Renaissance New York Midtown Hotel on 218 West 35th Street, New York, NY 10001. Participants will be able to book a room at the hotel for 229.00 USD per night! Use the link below if you need lodging for the SEA Paddle NYC!

Click here to see the offer!

Saturday, August 20

7-9 am

9:30 am

Charity Paddle start at Brooklyn Bridge Beach

10 am

Elite Paddle start at Brooklyn Bridge Beach

2-5 pm

Paddle finish at Pier 60 at Chelsea Piers. After finishing, paddlers can shower and change at the Chelsea Piers Sport Center facility.

(All times subject to change. Please see our FAQs for more info.)

Saturday Evening, August 20

4-8 pm

After Party!

Join us on the Aqua Azul Yacht for a special post-paddle party and awards ceremony, with open bar, dinner and music. The yacht will stay docked at Pier 61 near the finish line. The party is for paddlers, families, friends and anyone else!

A limited amount of Aqua Azul After Party tickets can be purchased door for $100/each.

8:30-12 am

After After Party with the Smithereens!

smithereenssmallSPECIAL PARTY ADDED! The After After Party will be held from 9:00 pm – 12:00 am at Rock & Reilly’s in the Renaissance New York Midtown Hotel (218 W. 35th Street between 7/8th Aves)

Out of Order Live Music Presents A Special Performance By The SMITHEREENS With Special Guest Karen Mansfield.

P limited amount of After After Party tickets can be purchased door for $40/each.

SURFERS’ ENVIRONMENTAL ALLIANCE

Surfers’ Environmental Alliance is committed to the preservation and protection of the environmental and cultural elements inherent to the sport of surfing. Our goals are achieved through grassroots efforts, community involvement, education, and humanitarian efforts.

We engage in projects that strive to conserve the quality of our marine environment, preserve or enhance surf breaks, protect beach access rights, and safeguard the coastal surf zone from unnecessary development.

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