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Welcome to Coasteering.org. This site is designed to give general information relating to coasteering and the International Coasteering Association (ICA). It will also help you book your first coasteering session in the UK.

What is coasteering?

Coasteering is a mixture of swimming, climbing, scrambling, and traversing the coastline. When it is safe to do so coasteering also allows you to jump into the sea from height. You can explore areas of the coast that you would never normally see. Coasteering is ideally a group activity that allows you to have fun with friends, family or corporate colleagues. If you wish to book your first Coasteering session/lesson contact us.

EBO is a well established international adventure training company that specialises in many extreme sports as well as Coasteering. It has become one of the UKs leading Coasteering providers offering coasteering in Newquay Cornwall, North and South Devon, Wales and Scotland.

What is the International Coasteering Association?

As Coasteering has developed EBO and our international partners have decided to launch a forum for like-minded individuals and companies who want to improve Coasteering internationally. This forum is called the International Coasteering Association and is available to anyone who is involved in the sport. It is not a regulatory body and does not cost anything to join, it is also non profit making. The ICA was created to increase the safety, environmental and developmental aspects of Coasteering.

If you undertake a coasteering course with us you will automatically be eligible to become a full ICA member.

EBO and our partners in Switzerland, Thailand and the UK are working together to improve the profile of coasteering. Coasteering is becoming international in its scope and there are established routes from the UK to the USA as well as Asia.

ICA has been established as a focal point to discuss Coasteering problems as well as new developments.

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