The surf was pumping and barbecue sausages sizzling for Hastings Disabled Surfers Association's fifth day at the Flynns Beach this year.
Surfers were guided by volunteers on March 9.
HDSA president John Brownsberger said numbers were slightly down possibly due to cooler weather.
"There's not as many surfers here as normal and there's about 40 people here all up today," he said.
"The weather is fair, surf is all over the shop and that damn (red) weed is about again.
"This is the fifth event for the year, one more to go and we'll give anyone a ride regardless of age or disability.
"We're a bit short of volunteers today. Normally we need about 20 to 30 volunteers to put them in the water and we have that 20."
Mr Brownsberger said there was nothing better than seeing the smile on a surfers face during the events.
"The smile on their face keeps you coming back," he said.
"They wouldn't get that chance otherwise and it's great to see them excited on a wave."
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