your guide to fun
Fun Seekers works hard to insure that our expert guides have the latest training in their sports and first aid to insure that you have a safe and fun experience while learning and enjoying your selected activity. All our guides and instructors maintain certifications for Outdoor Emergency Care and CPR. We also handpick instructors who know how to make learning and touring a whole lot of fun. We're certain you will enjoy your time spent with our professional, fun-loving guides.
Eric's love of Windsurfing brought him to Cape Cod in 1985. In 1992, after teaching Windsurfing for Nauset Sports for seven years, Eric started Fun Seekers. He now teaches SUP, windsurfing, surfing and kiteboarding. When not instructing clients, Eric can be found enjoying the wind and waves of the Outer Cape.
"There's no better place to be in the summer than Wellfleet, MA. For as long as I can remember I've been surfing the waves of the Cape and admiring the nature that surrounds it. The things that you'll see out in the ocean and the fun with your friends never grows old. My best childhood memories are hanging on the beaches of Wellfleet with my family and friends. In addition to my love of riding waves, I also love to paint them and all the other beautiful things the Cape has to offer. It feels good to teach surfing in a place that has given me so much joy."
"I started visiting Cape Cod many years ago. I am originally from North of Boston but have moved permanently onto the Cape. I learned how to surf on the Cape and have learned to enjoy the surf around all of New England. I also enjoy soccer, skateboarding, and snowboarding. In the past I have worked as an instructor for all of these sports. Currently, I mostly focus on surfing and being around the ocean. Board sports are fun to instruct. I feel that they are good alternative sports for people because they are challenging on a personal level. Teaching surfing for me is a great job and a positive experience."
Kris grew up on Cape Cod. After he and his dad were passed one too many times in their Sunfish, he learned to windsurf. Kris eventually moved to Hawaii in search of the big waves, but has never forgotten his Blackfish Creek roots. After spending the better part of his twenties sailing the waters of Oahu as well as living on Maui for a bit, Kris has returned to New England. He will spend the summer teaching windsurfing on the Cape prior to heading to New Hampshire where he will embark on a four to six year journey of the mind. His favorite windsurfing spots include Toes, Diamond Head and Backyards on Oahu as well as Hookipa on Maui and of course the ocean and bay beaches of Wellfleet. His favorite move is the next one. And for those of you who were wondering windsurfing is alive and well…
"My family and I have been coming to Wellfleet for my entire life, and it is my favorite place to surf and spend the summers. I love surfing, especially with friends and my twin brother Sam. I live in North Carolina during the off-season and enjoy playing soccer and field hockey. I’m very grateful that I get to share my excitement about surfing with other people!"
"I learned to surf in Southern California and Wellfleet, but consider Wellfleet my home wave. Some of my best memories are the early morning surf sessions in Wellfleet with my twin sister, Katherine. Wellfleet is my favorite place in the entire world, and my family has been coming here for generations. During the off-season I live in North Carolina and play hockey and lacrosse."
"I have been coming to Wellfleet for my entire life, spending my summers on the beach and surfing. All of my most memorable times have been those hanging with my family and friends at Newcomb Hollow. When not on Cape Cod, I'm home in Bethel, CT skating and running track/cross country. Surfing is what makes me happiest in life, especially with friends, and I really love being able to pass on that feeling to others."