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Full Moon Paddle Delray Beach May 29th

Join Salty Dog as we raise money to save marine-life for our May full moon paddle on Tuesday, May 29th at 7pm! We will be paddling along the ocean in Delray Beach – South End starting at Lifeguard Tower #5 directly across from Anchor Park to Atlantic Avenue and back. The moon-rise will be at 8pm so we want to be on the way back from the paddle by then! We will have anchors and rope available to tie up to the sea floor if you don’t feel like paddling. We also ask that you please stay with your guide, Clint Cimring, who will be leading this paddling excursion.

Delray Beach Paddle

Delray Beach – South End Click for Directions

You will be guaranteed a stand-up paddleboard (SUP, paddle, and leash for this paddle by our generous sponsors if you make a donation of at least $30 online before the paddle. We will also have flashlights available with a deposit, which are required by the Coast Guard (who are also volunteers so they will know if you don’t have one!). You do not need a PFD since we will be on the shoreline, but we MUST attach your leash to your leg!

Remember that all Salty Dog paddles are FREE to join if you have your own SUP, kayak, or boat!

100% of the proceeds from this paddleboarding excursion will be going to help saved injured marine-life on the beaches of Palm Beach County.

Drop in Time: 7pm

Ticket Link: Click HERE for tickets Be sure to select “Marinelife Donation” if you want to use a stand-up paddleboard. Our sponsors are giving the paddleboards away for free to anyone who makes a donation on a first come, first served basis!

Minimum donation goes up to $40 on the day of the paddle!

Parking Lots:

1. Anchor Park
Delray Beach, FL 33483

2. Ingraham Lot
Delray Beach, FL 33483

3. Sandoway
142 S Ocean Blvd
Delray Beach, FL 33483

4. 34 Gleason St
Delray Beach, Florida

5. Orange Grove Lot
N Ocean Blvd
Delray Beach, FL 33483

There are showers located all along the beach.

Directions from North or South of Delray Beach:

Exit I95 on Linton Blvd and drive all the way East. Turn left onto S Ocean Blvd. The destination will be on the right just North of the Seagate Beach Club right across from Anchor Park.

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