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Crowne Plaza Hotel Ventura Programs
 


Rollout of Crowne Plaza Surf and Stay July '08



Surfclass.com has teamed with the Crowne Plaza, Ventura's only beach front hotel to offer hotel guests (and visitors to Ventura) surfing lessons to all ages. Enjoy the classic C-Street experience while in Ventura. Boards and wetsuits are provided. Lessons are conducted at historic Surfers Point (just outside the hotel parking lot) about 50 yards from the hotel. A favorite spot with the locals. To book a Surf and Stay reservation click here

Lesson Price is $95 per person for a 2 hour lesson ($75 if staying in the hotel). Inquire about our Group rates

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contact us. All participants must complete the registration form
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Hang Ten Surf Lesson Package Package Includes: One night accommodation Parking Two hours private surfing lesson with a master shredder from Surfclass.com

NEXT BEST:
Ventura, California. Close to Rincon, one of California's best point breaks, along with stellar surfing at Emma Wood and Solimar-just far enough from Los Angeles and close enough to Santa Barbara. It's a great place to meet on beautiful uncrowded beaches. There is a great local vibe in the water with everyone sharing the stoke. Ventura hosted the first prize-money surfing contest (in 1965), and it was here that three-time world champ Tom Curren and the "phun hog/tube junkies" Malloy brothers perfected their moves. Ventura's cool old downtown-wedged up against the foothills a few blocks from the Pacific-is packed with eateries, thrift shops, and bookstores. For more information Ventura Visitors and Convention Bureau.

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