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Some forms need to be filled out by all members of the HANALEI CANOE CLUB as part of membership registration.

To simplify access, these forms can be downloaded from here. In addition, all the forms are fillable PDF files, making it easier to fill out the form on an electronic device.

Forms can also be printed out and filled out by hand if needed. Print double-sided!

TWINZER Fin Layout
TWINZER Fin Layout
TWINZER Fin Layout

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A paddler should understand the way in which the club is organized and should be able to function within its framework and abide by its rules and regulations.

A paddler should take pride in being a club member and must realize that whenever he/she paddles with the club or is even identified as a club member by wearing a club shirt, etc., he/she represents the whole club, as well as the sport of outrigger canoe paddling.

A paddler should respect the authority of the club’s officers and must understand that the efforts of all should be directed towards achieving the club’s goals.

Every paddler must acknowledge that the head coach and the assistant coaches are delegated by the club to lead and direct the activities of the paddlers. The paddler should take the advice given by the coaches and strive to perform at the level the coaches expect, and should be able to take criticism and praise in a positive way. He/she should be sensitive to the needs of others and be willing to go more then half the distance to help less experienced paddlers.

The paddler must also dedicate himself/herself to attain the highest level of physical fitness that the coaches require and participate wholeheartedly in any conditioning program that is recommended.

Each paddler should arrive at practice early enough to ‘settle in’ and get ready to train hard. The paddler should be prepared to give his/her best, both mentally and physically, at all times. There should be a willingness and desire to make an initial effort, a second effort, a third effort, or however many it takes to become a member of a crew.

Paddlers Code

  • Paddle by the rules
  • Never argue or complain about a coach's decision
  • Concentrate on paddling and affecting the outcome of a race with your best effort
  • Work equally hard for your team as well as for yourself
  • Be a good sport
  • Cheer your teammates on
  • Applaud the other clubs' efforts as well
  • Treat all fellow paddlers as you would like to be treated
  • Remember that the goals of paddling are to support your crew, improve your skills, and have fun
  • Cooperate with your teammates and coaches
  • Ask what you can do for your teammates and the club
  • Learn about the care and maintenance of your club’s facilities, equipment, paddles, and canoes

Care of club’s facilities, equipment, paddles, and canoes

  • Do not sit or lean on canoes, especially the ama, ‘iako or gunnels
  • Do not jump on or around canoes
  • Do not drag the canoe on ground or beach
  • Always bail and clean out the canoe after each practice
  • Mark your paddle with a sticker or your name
  • Never grind your paddle in the dirt or sand
  • Please throw away your rubbish

Practice Schedule


SATURDAY - 7:00 A.M.


SATURDAY - 9:00 A.M.



Morning Practice

MONDAY & FRIDAY - 8:45 A.M. Co-ed

Club Songs

Club Chant

Iwi O Ku'u iwi
Bone of my bones

Yes. I am here

Kŏkŏ Ku'u Kŏkŏ
Blood of my Blood

Yes. I am here

Pili Ka Mo'o
Our Ancestors are one

A mau loa

Queens Jubilee

Mahalo piha, Mo’i o Enelani
Ku’i kou kaulana na ‘aina pau
Na kai ‘akau, na one hema
‘I kea kou ‘ihi mana nui

Eia makou kou kapa ka’i
I kou la nui Jubilee
I hi’I mai i kou makou aloha
Ma luna ou ka malu o ka lani
Ma luna ou ka malu o ka lani

All hail to thee, great Queen of England
Fair queen who rul’st o’er land and sea
From northern seas to southern shores
Thy sway is know both far and near

We come to thy shores most gracious lady
On this great day of thy Jubilee
To bring greetings from afar
May heaven bless thee, long mayest thou reign

Hawai'i Pono'i

Hawai’I pono’i,
Nana i kou mo’i,
Ka lani ali’i,
Ke ali’i.

Makua lani e,
Kamehameha e,
Na kaua e pale,
Ne ka ihe

Hawai'i Aloha

E Hawai’i, e ku’u one hanau e,
Ku’u home kulaiwi nei,
‘Oli no au i na pono lani e.

E hau’oli na opio o Hawai’i nei.
‘Oli e! ‘Oli e!
Mai na aheahe makani e pa mai nei
Mau ke aloha, no Hawai’i