Tony Silvagni Surf School in Carolina Beach North Carolina – a Local Legend

Tony Silvagni Surf School

Professional Surfer, Tony Silvagni, is the proud owner of the Tony Silvagni Surf School. Tony has been devotedly competing worldwide for over eighteen years. His most recent accomplishments include 2013 5th place finish overall on the World Longboard Tour, 2011 ISA World Longboard Champion, Gold Medalist for the USA surf team,  2011 Association of Surfing Professional of North America Longboard Champion, 2011 ASP Japan Pro Longboard Champion, & 6th in the World on the ASP World Longboard Tour. Tony has qualified for the world tour for the five consecutive years through the ASP North America (Association of Surfing Professional) ratings and through the World tour ratings for professional longboard. In 2009 he placed 24th overall in the world, and won the individual bronze medal at the ISA World Games in Costa Rica.

Tony has been a professional surf coach for 10 years and has been instructing others in surf technique and ocean safety since 2003.

Tony moved to Kure Beach, NC with his family in 1993. He has enjoyed surfing the waves of the Southeast USA ever since. Tony’s professional surfing career has taken him all over the world and bac

Tony has always strived to serve as a good role model and positive example to those around him. His infectious energy and positive personality make him an exceptional advocate for the sport of surfing. Tony is available to teach private surf lessons, group surf lessons, Surf Camps, Stand-up Paddleboarding Tours, Advanced Surf Coaching and Technique.  Tony also coordinates surf birthday parties.


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