November 2nd – 9th, 2024

Tybee Island, GA 

SOLD OUT | email info@thepowerofwater.net to join waitlist

Build your skills in real-life conditions with multiple days of low-ratio coaching. Take full advantage of all Tybee has to offer paddlers. We will play and learn on her great surf beaches, back bays full of wildlife, and the world-famous “Triangle” tidal race. 


Our low student-coach ratios allow us to embrace the environment offering challenges that are accessible and fun. Some skills we might focus on include, boat handling in conditions, tidal planning, tide race paddling, surfing, core stroke refinement,  leadership, and rescues.

November 2nd – 9th, 2024 | $1,495

SOLD OUT | email info@thepowerofwater.net to join waitlist

We will play and learn on great surf beaches, back bays full of wildlife, and the world-famous “Triangle” tidal race. Coaching sessions will take the best advantage of whatever conditions the Atlantic throws at us.  With access to protected water as well as waves and the tide races around the island, we’ll always have something to meet the challenge you are looking for.

Double occupancy lodging, breakfast, lunches and some dinners will be provided.  Boat transportation can be arranged for an additional cost.

What to Expect

Lodging check-in is on Saturday and check-out is on the following Saturday. We’ll have a group meeting on the first night with dinner (usually we order in pizza) at 7 pm.  Sunday – Friday consists of coaching based on weather and group desires. Sunday – Friday, breakfast at the house will be provided and lunch supplies will be available for you to pack and bring on the water. Home-cooked dinners by Trey are included 3 of the nights. Other dinners are on your own, you can choose to eat out with a group or cook in the house.

Kayak transportation from Lansing, MI is available for a fee.

As the trip gets closer keep an eye out for an email with more specifics and a waiver. Any questions can be sent to info@thepowerofwater.net

You can check out live conditions on the ocean side of Tybee from Spanky’s Restaurant webcam.


Tybee FAQs

Food: We strive for local and organic as much as possible. We provide lunch supplies, and breakfast Sunday – Friday. TPOW covers three dinners and the other nights you can go out or cook in the house. Drinks and snacks are on your own.

Transport and Gear: If you fly in, Savannah is the closest airport. We’ll send out an email once the trip is full so people can coordinate rides or share car rentals.  TPOW can transport your gear/boat for an additional fee.  TPOW also offers gear and boat rentals for an additional fee.

Solo Traveler: Our groups are often made up of a diverse representation of age and gender. Some people travel with friends or partners and others come alone. No matter how you arrive we are a connected community on and off the water.

Coaching: Our coaches are ACA-certified and work diligently to foster learning sessions that are centered on YOU and your TEAM goals for the day.  We strive to be pliable and flexible adapting to the environment and the group’s needs. As a team, we build the week’s big-picture goals, and each day we discuss and make a plan for desired outcomes. In addition to the core TPOW coaches we often partner with other coaches in our community on our trips.

Lodging: double occupancy rooms within a rental home. Each home will have access to a kitchen, and most have laundry available.

Odds and ends: 6 days on the water can be a challenge, you are always welcomed and encouraged to take a day off throughout the week.


"I' felt so supported by the entire group and was met where I was at. The coaches did a great job of supporting and offering challenges to everyone no matter their level"

"Being in this environment is amazing. The tide races and bouncy waters are thrilling but I also love going through Jack's Cut."

"Every interaction with The Power of Water that I have causes me to stretch and grow in understanding the affect that water has in my life. "