Are you interested in learning more about outrigger canoe paddling and the Hanalei Canoe Club? Now is your chance!
Come to our open house and meet the coaches, HCC paddlers, and learn more about our competitive paddling teams, our non-competitive paddling teams, and the history of the club!
Weather permitting, we'll be taking visitors out for short canoe rides.
OUR 2020 SEASON STARTS AT THE END OF FEBRUARY
The club invites new, returning paddlers, their families, and members of the community to our annual meeting at Hanalei Canoe Club.
The Hanalei Canoe Club paddling season runs from February through October, starting with long distance racing.
The regatta or sprint races begin in May, and culminate with the HCRA State Championship Race in August. The long distance season continues with the Na Pali Challenge here on Kauai, Queen Lili‘uokalani Race on the Big Island at Kona, and the biggest challenge of the season, the 41.8 miles race from Moloka‘i to O‘ahu. It's truly an experience to remember.
Our club consists of two divisions; the Youth Division is made up of girls and boys 10-18 years of age, the Adult Division is made up of women and men 19 year of age and up.
Each year we sponsor the Tai Hook regatta at Hanalei Bay. Our three major fundraisers to help defray operating costs that include annual insurance dues and the upkeep of our facility and equipment, are the Haena to Hanalei 8-Mile Run/Walk in June, the Hanalei-Tahiti Fete in July, and the Luau at the end of July.
Being a member of Hanalei Civic Canoe Club is a wonderful, unique experience. You have the opportunity to make friends, learn to work as a team, and strengthen you mind and bodies. Hopefully we take all that we learn with us and apply in our every day lives. We are truly blessed to be able to paddle our canoes in a place as beautiful as Hanalei Bay!
Use the following map to locate the HCC clubhouse at the end of Weke Road.