How is a typical day on board a surf charter boat?

At first light (around 5:45 a.m.) the boat will be anchored at a surf spot. The surf-guide will give you a quick briefing about that spot and he will tell you to go out asap. Enjoy surfing at sunrise while your mates are still asleep.
Back at the boat you’ll have a complete breakfast, relax, and you can paddle out again as soon as you are ready. 2 surf sessions before lunch are normal.
Lunch is served around noon, but if you are surfing don’t worry, the chef will keep your lunch safe.
Till dark you can surf as much as you want: relax, eat, surf, take a nap, surf again, have a beer, surf again, and again…
By sunset you’ll be enjoying ice-cold beers with your mates and discussing the waves of that day, while the boat sails to another surf spot or to a safe anchorage, a couple of hours away, for a quiet night.
Dinner is served around 7:30 p.m. After dinner the photographer will run a slideshow with the “best of” the day’s shots.
Usually you’ll crash by 9 or 10 p.m., the next day’s action starting at dawn.