General Chat Mon, 23 Sep 19 11:12:02 -0400 General Chat en-CA Indian Arm Challenge 2019 Wed, 04 Sep 2019 19:23:11 -0400 Grace 735@/discussions
We would like to inite your club members to register for this race, it’s endurance paddling and sight seeing all in one day!
For $10 OFF registration fee please use : CLUB2019 in the promo code box.

• The Indian Arm Challenge is an endurance race that attracts paddlers from all over the PNW to Deep Cove, North Vancouver to experience the beauty of the area by way of paddling 32 KM as a solo racer or 16 KM as a relay team.
• The start leaves our rental location in Deep Cove, N.V. heading all the way up Indian Arm, around the distinctive Croker Island to the mighty Granite Falls, before heading back to Deep Cove where they started.
• Race Route: leaving Deep Cove paddle 15 km around Croker, the relay exchange will be at spectacular Granite Fall. Paddlers will return twin island.
• You can race solo of relay, tandem solo or tandem relay team]]>
Race on the Hudson River, New York Thu, 18 Jul 2019 12:36:22 -0400 barballey 721@/discussions Barb


We are putting together our 3rd Hudson River Cup Race and Polynesian Ohana Festival at Maxwell Place Park in Hoboken, NJ on July 27th!

The Race and Luau:

The Hudson River Cup is the first outrigger canoe, SUP and sea kayak races of their kind on the Hudson River along the Hoboken Shore. We welcome elite and experienced paddlers willing to take on the challenge of the Hudson River and New York Harbor against the dramatic backdrop of the Manhattan and Jersey City Skyline against the shadow of the Statue of Liberty. Outrigger canoes (OC1/OC2) and surfskies will race out and back to the Statue of Liberty (8-miles). Stand up paddle boards and kayaks will race out and back to Colgate Clock in Jersey City (5-miles).

This year’s Ohana Festival will feature events for people of all ages including presentation about the rich history of outrigger canoeing, children craft tent, free stand up paddling boarding, live music, Polynesian dance, and Hawaiian food.

A little about us:

Hoboken Cove Community Boathouse: Established in 2004, it is a non-profit organization with a dedicated group of volunteers whose goal is to promote free river access for the community of Hoboken and surrounding areas. We run free kayaking & stand up paddle board days and serve more than 6,000 paddlers per season.

Check out our Instagram: @hobocobo

Ke Aloha Outrigger: A canoe racing club whose members are passionate about the rich history and diversity surrounding the culture of outrigger canoeing. Its members strive to deepen knowledge and awareness of outrigger canoeing’s Polynesian roots and its extensive global reach, and foster such by providing a safe, inclusive and encouraging environment for each individual to engage in team spirit, athleticism, and sense of “ohana,” or family.

Check out our Instagram: @kealohaoutrigger

I hope you can join us!


Oscar Hernandez
Volunteer & Board Member
Hoboken Cove Community Boathouse
Midsummer Run June 22 @ Burnaby Lake Sun, 09 Jun 2019 20:13:58 -0400 Kathy Stenfors 714@/discussions 5 or 10 km run thru the south trails. $30.00 includes t-shirt and admission to the Scandinavian Midsummer Festival in Burnaby.

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OC2 with KB! Fri, 10 Nov 2017 00:49:29 -0500 erika 628@/discussions
Before we started our practice the high school kids were out for their practice. I counted 18 OC6s! I watched them do timing, blending and turning drills for probably 25 minutes, in a loop between 2 buoys about 500m apart. Fun to watch these kids paddle and handle the boats and the surf like pros.

Looking forward to paddling in 2018...springtime!

Happy Paddling!


UBC Sea Lion Research Tue, 12 Jul 2016 14:58:34 -0400 barballey 546@/discussions]]>