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kids love to play in the surf--does royal pavillion have some surf for them or is it very calm? anything for kids to do when there? thanks.

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1. Re: beach-waves

west coast @ R.P.H tends to calm with smaller waves very gentle as it is the Caribbean side of the island

at some times of the year when the tide is higher there are some gentle rolling waves for a boggy board.

water sports at RPH great the snorkel site they take you out to the reef on a speed boat and jump over with all mask fins etc. and it is fans-tactic

RPH offers glass bottom boats rides- jet ski- sailing lasers sunfish etc. - wind surf and kayaks

Wynter and his team at the water sports cabin are all excellent , well trained and professional oh the scuba guy I cannot recall his name is great also he offers adult and children session on scuba diving. .

The pool is central also . Beach is good for walking along swimming as sandy and crisp clear and lots of lovely sand for sandcastle building if any one is interested...

For surfing and some classes on the south coast go to Zeds at inchmarlow spend a day or morning it is fun depends on ages of your children. .

book a sail ona catamaran for lunch and snorkel and swim with turtles fun time

enjoy suntrv. p.s. the guest services at RPH are on the ball they will offer ideas on activities and tours etc. for families with children /teens,

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2. Re: beach-waves

Royal Pavillion is lovely and when we went in January for afternoon tea the waves were okish, west coast not the best for surf fun- visit crane beach- pain in the bum to get on but well worth it and excellent for body boarding! we had a great day there amazing beach and East coast surf waves but with minimal danger as a watched beach.