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Home: Categories: Watersports: Canoeing, Kayaking, Paddling, Rafting, Rowing: United States: California: California Canoeing, Kayaking and Rowing Clubs
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  • Akau Hana Outrigger Canoe Club
    Founded in Santa Cruz, CA in 1986, Akau Hana has members ranging in age and experience from beginners to world-class athletes; from grade-schoolers to grandparents. Our club is a growing, dynamic organization committed to fostering and promoting teamwork and the ocean experience to all persons regardless of physical abilities. We do this through the promotion of teamwork, family (ohana), physical exercise, environmental awareness, respect, sharing, and aloha (love). Our goal is to continually broaden community awareness of traditional Polynesian values and promote ocean, environmental, and athletic awareness for all participants. Santa Cruz, California
    http://www.akauhana.org/
    (Added: Sat Dec 03 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Bay Area Dragons
    Founded in 1996, the Bay Area Dragon Boat Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and our primary focus is dragon boat racing. Our racing team is known as the Bay Area Dragons (a.k.a. BAD). We have some of the most experienced dragon boat paddlers in Northern California. Bay Area Dragons provides coaching, steering, and general support for our members and local teams. Foster City, California
    http://www.bayareadragons.org/
    (Added: Thu Feb 26 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Benicia Outrigger Canoe Club
    BOCC encourages and promotes the ancient art of Hawaiian outrigger canoe paddling for all ages and abilities. So, come out and join us! BOCC provides opportunities for organized racing and recreational paddling. We are a member of both the Northern California Outrigger Canoe Association ("NCOCA") and the International Polynesian Canoe Federation ("IPCF"), which govern both international and domestic events. Benicia, California
    http://www.beniciaoutrigger.org/
    (Added: Sat Dec 03 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Berkeley High Crew
    Berkeley High Crew is a non-profit organization established to promote the sport of competitive rowing for all young men and women at Berkeley High School. Founded in 1967, Berkeley High Crew is committed to the personal, athletic, ethical and academic excellence of each rower as an individual and as a member of a competitive rowing team. Berkeley, California
    http://www.berkeleyhighcrew.org/
    (Added: Tue Dec 25 2012) - Report this link as bad!
  • California Dragon Boat Association
    In 1996 a handful of paddlers came together with the vision to build an organization to foster the growth and development of dragon boating in the San Francisco Bay Area. Each had little experience in starting up a non-profit organization most were relatively new to the sport themselves. With only commitment and their faith in dragon boating becoming a great activity for the community they moved forward to promote a sport people knew little about in an area already saturated with team sports. After more than a decade of labor, the CDBA is now the largest dragon boating organization in the Bay Area, organizes one of the largest competitive dragon boat festivals in the United States and oversees the largest high school and college dragon boat program in the nation. San Francisco Bay, California
    http://www.cdba.org/
    (Added: Fri Feb 21 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • California Kayak Friends
    California Kayak Friends is a club for paddlesports enthusiasts. The club provides a common ground for sharing information, ideas, good judgment, and promoting the safe enjoyment of the sport. Since California Kayak Friends began in 1985, the work of coordinators, newsletter, and club service's volunteers has enabled over 2300 folks to have benefited from our terrific club. Most of our activities involve sea kayaking, but river runners and canoeists are welcome to join in the fun. Activities have included trips and expeditions to the Colorado River, Lake Mead, Baja California, California Coastal Paddles, Mono Lake, CKFs Krazy Kardboard Kayak Races, and many local outings. Newbury Park, California
    http://www.ckf.org/
    (Added: Thu Jan 02 2003) - Report this link as bad!
  • Capital Outrigger
    Capital Outrigger is the outrigger canoe program of the Sacramento State Aquatic Center on Lake Natoma. We offer a wide range of programs for Novice, Recreational, and Competitive paddlers. Outrigger canoeing is a fun and easily accessible sport for people of all ages and abilities. Gold River, Sacramento, California
    http://www.capitaloutrigger.com/
    (Added: Sat Dec 03 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Chico Paddleheads
    The club sponsors boating events such as the Trinity Take-out, Feather River Round-up, Butte Creek Bash, and Float and Bloat trips. We also conduct river clean-ups and work on local conservation and whitewater issues. Butte Creek and the Feather River are local whitewater favorites, other rivers include the Trinity, Yuba, and S. American. Flatwater favorites include the Sacramento River, Lake Almanor, Stony Gorge Reservoir, and the Diversion Pool (in Oroville). Chico, California
    http://www.chicopaddleheads.org/
    (Added: Mon Jan 27 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Dana Outrigger Canoe Club
    Legendary surfer and diver Lorrin "Whitey" Harrison founded the club in 1972. Lorrin's passion for outrigger canoe paddling and his lifelong commitment to the community of Dana Point make up the foundation of Dana Outrigger. Members meet regularly each week to practice a minimum of six hours a week in addition to the races, which occur on Saturdays. Each paddler in our club competes in 6-man outrigger boats in various divisions, according to age and ability. Dana Point, California
    http://www.danaoutrigger.net/
    (Added: Sat Feb 01 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Forebay Aquatic Center
    The Forebay Aquatic Center is a nonprofit organization located in northern California. We exist as a collaborative effort between the Table Mountain Rowing Club, Butte Sailing Club, Chico State Rowing Club, and California Department of Parks & Recreation: Boating & Waterways. We rent canoes, kayaks, Pedal Boats, rowing shells, and Stand-Up Paddle Boards. Oroville, California
    https://www.forebayaquaticcenter.com/
    (Added: Sun Nov 12 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Gold Country Paddlers Club
    Since its inception in November 1992, our club has been oriented toward whitewater kayaking, canoeing and rafting. Our main purpose within the club is to facilitate the networking of paddlers in Northern California for access to and enjoyment of safe and responsible boating. Currently 357 paddlers are members of Gold Country Paddlers. Sacramento, California
    http://www.goldcountrypaddlers.org/
    (Added: Sat Feb 01 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Hanohano Outrigger Canoe Club
    Hanohano Outrigger Canoe Club was founded in January of 1981 by Egon and Rena Horcajo and is located in Mission Bay, San Diego, California. The members are made up of a diverse group of people ranging in age from 12-70+ years old and come from varied backgrounds such as lifeguards, programmers, construction workers, scientists, pilots, teachers, business owners and many more. Members have varying athletic backgrounds, some are highly competitive, and others join for exercise and the chance to meet new friends. The club was formed in order to unite men and women who share an interest in perpetuating a participating in Hawaiian outrigger canoe racing at its highest competitive level. The club encourages and promotes good will and sportsmanship among members. Joining provides an opportunity for members to participate in a healthy and coordinated program of physical fitness. Mission Bay, San Diego, California
    http://www.hanohano.com/
    (Added: Wed Feb 19 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • He'e Nalu Outrigger Canoe Club
    We are a club in Marin County and Sonoma County that provides a healthy, competitive and supportive environment to practice the ancient sport of outrigger canoe while learning and perpetuating Polynesian cultural values here on the mainland. We have regular practices for Men and Women who love to paddle one, two and six-man canoes. San Rafael & Petaluma, California
    http://heenaluocc.org/
    (Added: Thu Feb 20 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Ho'okahi Pu'uwai Outrigger Canoe Club
    Ho'okahi Pu'uwai Outrigger Canoe Club (HPOCC) was founded in 1998 to promote outrigger canoeing and related Hawaiian and Pacific Island paddling sports. Based in Foster City, CA, HPOCC is a 501c non-profit organization, which supports itself through modest membership dues, tax deductible contributions from individuals and fund raising activities in the community. HPOCC enters crews to compete in all of the NCOCA sprint and long distance competitions, along with races in Southern California (Catalina Channel, Santa Barbara), Hawaii (Molokai Channel, Queen Lilioukalani Race) and New York (Liberty Challenge). Foster City, California
    http://www.hpocc.org/
    (Added: Tue Nov 08 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Hokuloa Outrigger Canoe Club
    Located in Ventura, CA, Hokuloa Outrigger Canoe Club has a diverse membership of all ages and abilities and offers competitive paddling for both adults and keiki (kids). Our mission is to promote and develop the sport of amateur outrigger canoe paddling through structured athletic programs, races, fitness training, and outreach to enhance public support. Ventura, California
    http://www.hokuloaoutrigger.com/
    (Added: Wed Feb 19 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Hui o Hawaii of Sacramento
    Welcome to Hui o Hawaii of Sacramento. As a cultural organization committed to preserving the Hawaiian culture through education, we are active in our community -- continuing the ancient art of hula, recreation outrigger canoe paddling, and participating in other Hawaiian-related events. Although our members come from diverse backgrounds, our -- hui--, Hawaiian for team, share the aloha spirit and practice the ohana or family feeling in all of our activities. Citrus Heights, California
    http://www.huiohawaiisacramento.org/
    (Added: Sat Dec 03 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Humboldt Bay Rowing Association (HBRA)
    HBRA is a rowing program for the youth and adults of Humboldt County. Our goal is to give everyone in area the opportunity to be a part of this great activity with a long American history. Get a chance to be outside on our fantastic bay every day in a safe environment leaning how to work as a team. We provide instruction to individuals of all ages in the skill and art of rowing. HBRA hosts both junior and master competitive teams, as well as opportunities for recreational rowing on an independent level with our recreational sculling program. Trinidad, California
    http://www.hbra.org/
    (Added: Sun Dec 10 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • IMUA Outrigger Canoe Club
    Imua Outrigger Canoe Club is a non-profit organization that races with strength, technique and heart in outrigger canoes up and down the coast of Southern California. Founded in 1970, Imua Outrigger Canoe Club is comprised of adventure-minded adults of various ages who enjoy competing in the ancient sport of Polynesian outrigger canoeing. With our ohana (family) spirit we are dedicated to mentoring our keikis (kids), preserving the environment, and giving back to the community through various local charities. Newport Beach, California
    http://www.imuaoutrigger.com/
    (Added: Wed Feb 19 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Kahakai Outrigger Canoe Club
    There are quite a few canoe clubs to choose from in Southern California but Kahakai Outrigger Canoe Club balances competitiveness and fun! Men and women in all age groups are encouraged to come out. There’s no experience needed. Novice crews are forming now. We are located at Mother's Beach in the Long Beach Belmont Shore area. If you’ve never tried outrigger canoeing before, we'll teach you how to paddle. We train hard but like to celebrate the hard work. We'll find a spot for all our paddlers who want to compete in races. Long Beach, California
    http://kahakaioutrigger.com/
    (Added: Wed Feb 19 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Kai Elua Outrigger Canoe Club
    Kai Elua Outrigger Canoe Club is an Amateur, non-profit athletic club based in San Diego, California. We have been in San Diego, on Mission Bay, since 1978. Our club members are athletes who commit their time to be proficient paddlers; and to be competitive with other clubs in California and throughout the Pacific Rim. The club members compete in the Outrigger World Championship in Hawaii as well as in various other international-level events. Kai Elua in Hawaiian means "two oceans". This name was selected to symbolize the uniting of the Hawaiian culture and ocean. Slowly through the years Kai Elua has grown in membership and equipment. We now have over 200 active members and are continuing to expand our team base. San Diego, California
    http://kaieluaoutrigger.com/
    (Added: Wed Feb 19 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Kai Wai Club
    Kai Wai is SEAthletes' paddle sports club. We provide year-round recreation for young people. The club is based at the North Shore Beach & Yacht Club at the Salton Sea with a satellite location in National City at the National City Aquatic Center. Kai Wai paddles on the Salton Sea in the fall and winter and at National City Aquatic Center all year long. KAI WAI's mantra is the Hawaiian proverb "E mālama i ke kai, a mālama ke kai iā 'oe." In English it translates to "care for the sea, and the sea will care for you." Kai Wai was formed to inspire people to nurture the Salton Sea, by creating opportunities to participate in recreational water sports on the sea. For every one friend seen on the water and then shared on social networks, we will be able to increase Salton Sea advocates tenfold. If we translate our passion into purpose, and purpose into action, we can begin to improve the community and ultimately the longevity of the sea. Mecca, California
    http://www.kaiwai.club/
    (Added: Sat Nov 18 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Kaimanu Outrigger Canoe Club
    Located in San Leandro, Kaimanu Outrigger Canoe Club is dedicated to perpetuating the Hawaiian sport of outrigger canoeing. We are a part of the Northern California Outrigger Canoe Association (NCOCA). Kaimanu Outrigger crews participate in both sprint regattas and long distance races in the SF Bay Area, Monterey, Sacramento and Lake Tahoe. San Leandro, California
    http://www.kaimanu.com/
    (Added: Sun Dec 02 2012) - Report this link as bad!
  • Kanaia Canoe Club
    Welcome to Ka Nai'a Outrigger Canoe Club of Santa Barbara, California! Ka Nai'a is an organization of amateur athletes with diverse abilities who represent our city, state and country by training for and participating in local, national and international outrigger competition. Ka Nai'a (Hawaiian for "dolphin") was founded in 1988 and offers instruction, training, and recreation to members of the Santa Barbara community by a certified and extensively experienced coaching staff. Programs are available for both competitive and non-competitive amateur athletes of all ages. Santa Barbara, California
    http://www.kanaia.com/
    (Added: Wed Feb 19 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Kanaka Outrigger Canoe Club
    We are an easy-going group of kupunas (revered elders) who enjoy outrigger canoe paddling as a way to get out on the water, get some exercise, compete with other clubs, and give back to the community. The Kanaka Club was organized in 2009, and is the only local paddling club targeted to men over age 55, and thereby qualified to race in the Golden Masters category. As a recently formed Golden Masters club, we are simultaneously the newest and oldest club in California! The mission of the Club is to provide members education, skill in paddling, and a sense of cultural traditions and Aloha Spirit embodied in the sport of Hawaiian outrigger canoe racing. San Diego, California
    http://www.kanakaoutriggerclub.com/
    (Added: Wed Feb 19 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Kapolioka'ehukai (Heart of the Sea) Outrigger Canoe Club
    Our San Diego based outrigger canoe club (hui) is moving full speed ahead with positive energy and enthusiasm towards wonderful causes and equally wonderful canoe time! If you are interested in supporting us and our efforts, we'd love to share our sport, our story, and most importantly, our aloha with you! Our club caters to all levels of paddlers. We would love to have you come give it a try! Not only will you get a great workout, but you will learn a lot of Hawaiian culture as well (plus, it is really fun and good for your soul!). San Diego, California
    http://www.heartoftheseacanoeclub.com/
    (Added: Wed Feb 19 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Ke Kai O'Uhane Outrigger Canoe Center
    We meet to encourage, maintain and perpetuate outrigger canoe racing; to train, instruct and expose children, men and women in the ancient art, craft and history of Hawaiian canoeing and culture; to foster the development and maintenance of strong and healthy minds and bodies. Pebble Beach, California
    http://kekaiouhane.org/
    (Added: Sat Dec 03 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Kilohana Outrigger Canoe Club
    Kilohana Outrigger Canoe Club is one of Northern California's top Hawaiian outrigger canoe clubs. Located in Redwood City, and Fremont, California, Kilohana's paddling family, or ohana, is proud of its diverse membership of different ages, backgrounds, and abilities. Everyone who joins this club will experience the unique Kilohana style of team spirit, athleticism, competitiveness, and fun. Our canoe race venues span the San Francisco Bay Area, Monterey Bay, Sacramento, and Lake Tahoe. Redwood City & Fremont, California
    http://kilohanaocc.org/
    (Added: Thu Feb 20 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Kupa'a Mau Outrigger Canoe Club (KMOCC)
    We look forward to paddling with you, whether you're interested in an enjoyable new experience or have a more competitive drive. Our paddling community includes a diverse group of canoe clubs and individuals that share a love of the ocean and a desire to experience and learn about the Polynesian culture and the "Aloha Spirit." Paddling is fun, exciting, and even exhilarating at times - and paddlers are surely known for having a good time! The name Kupa'a Mau is the Hawai'ian translation of the U.S. Marine Corps motto Semper Fidelis, Latin for "Always Faithful." Located at Del Mar Beach, Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, Oceanside, California
    http://www.kmocc.org/
    (Added: Wed Feb 19 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Lake Havasu City Outrigger Canoe Club
    Our Mission is to provide our members with education and skill in paddling and a sense of the ancient cultural traditions and aloha spirit which embodies the sport of Hawaiian Outrigger Canoe Racing, to practice with respect and care for our waterways, to expose as many people as possible to the sport, to encourage our "Ohana" (family) to grow – from recreational paddlers to serious racers – to give back to the community by sharing the team building principals of outrigger paddling with corporations and charitable organizations, and to represent Lake Havasu in a positive and welcoming manner. The Lake Havasu City Outrigger Canoe Club (LHCOCC) was formed to encourage, maintain and perpetuate the Pacific Island culture and traditions that are rooted in the sport of outrigger canoeing with Honor and Respect. Most of all, just to have fun! Paddler’s Beach, Lake Havasu, California
    http://www.lhcocc.com/
    (Added: Wed Feb 19 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Lanakila Outrigger Canoe Club
    (LOCC), formed in 1970, is a member-run 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a long and rich history in the Polynesian tradition of outrigger canoe paddling. Based at King Harbor in Redondo Beach, California, LOCC is made up of a diverse group of paddlers ranging from our junior paddlers ages 12-18 to our adults ages 19-75, and from varied backgrounds such as lifeguards, firefighters, teachers, scientists, business owners, contractors, fitness experts, computer programmers and many more. Members come to the team with varying athletic backgrounds, with some looking to be highly competitive and others for the chance to exercise and meet new friends. Redondo Beach, California
    http://lanakila.com/
    (Added: Sun Feb 16 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Lokahi Outrigger Canoe Center
    Lokahi Outrigger Canoe Center (Lokahi OCC) is a non-profit 501c3 organization and was founded in 1992. Lokahi provides recreational and competitive paddling experiences for people of all ages living in the North Bay. Activities include the summer sprint race season and a number of long distance races throughout Northern California. Lokahi also fields crews which participate in nationally competitive long distance races on the mainland and in Hawaii. Lokahi presents a cultural experience of outrigger canoe paddling with exposure to Hawaiian song and dance and other elements of Hawaiian culture. Petaluma, California
    http://www.lokahi.us/
    (Added: Sat Dec 03 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Lokahi Outrigger Canoe Club
    Founded in 1998, Hui Lokahi O Ke Kai (Southern California) is a member of the Southern California Outrigger Racing Association (SCORA). Lokahi is a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization dedicated to organizing, encouraging, and promoting Hawaiian ways through cultural interaction with community awareness built around health, fitness, sportsmanship, recreation, and perpetuating the "Aloha Spirit." Long Beach, California
    http://www.huilokahi.org/
    (Added: Wed Feb 19 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Loma Prieta Paddlers
    Loma Prieta Paddlers (LPP) is a whitewater kayaking club, based in the South Bay and beyond. If you are new to kayaking, new to the area or are just looking for a group of fellow paddlers; check us out. For over 35 years LPP has been supporting the paddling community by hosting weekly pool roll sessions, a full schedule of river trips and an annual whitewater slalom race. We welcome all kinds of whitewater boaters from those new to the sport to those with years of paddling experience. San Jose, California
    http://www.lomaprietapaddlers.org/
    (Added: Tue Jan 31 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Los Angeles Kayak Club
    We are a group dedicated to the sport of kayaking. Whether it be whitewater, sea kayaking, touring, kayak polo, down river, you name it, we support it. Los Angeles, California
    http://www.losangeleskayakclub.com/
    (Added: Tue Jan 26 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Marin Canoe & Kayak Club
    We are located in the north part of the San Francisco Bay Area in California, USA. We are a group of easy going paddlers who enjoy social, easy to moderate level flat water canoe and kayak paddling in local rivers, lakes and bays. Oakland, California
    http://www.marincanoeclub.org/
    (Added: Sat Feb 01 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Marina del Rey Outrigger Canoe Club updated
    Marina del Rey Outrigger Canoe Club (MDROCC) is a member-run organization with a long and rich history in the ancient Polynesian tradition of outrigger canoeing. Paddling, which was brought to California several decades ago, has developed into a competitive and widely popular sport worldwide, and MDROCC is proud to be a part of the tradition in California. Our club has been based in the Marina for 40 years and is one of the two original founding clubs of KOA (Kalifornia Outrigger Association), which is now Southern California Outrigger Racing Organization (SCORA). Marina del Rey, California
    http://gomdrocc.wixsite.com/mysite
    (Added: Wed Feb 19 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Nahoa Outrigger Canoe Club
    Established in 1973, Nahoa Outrigger Canoe Club incorporates Polynesian traditions, teamwork and team play. Members strive to make paddling a positive experience for all by nurturing an environment conducive to cooperation and camaraderie, as well as competition. Returning veterans bring experience, support, and great memories while newcomers add excitement and an eagerness to learn. The result is an energy that renews the whole club. Redondo Beach, California
    http://www.nahoa.org/
    (Added: Wed Feb 19 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Newport Outrigger Canoe Club (NOCC)
    Newport Outrigger has many options to suit your needs and interests. We have paddlers as young as 10-years old in our Keiki program and adults who are well into their 70's who paddle competitively. We also have a well-established recreational program that paddles 3 days a week. In addition to paddling, racing, and practices, our club participates in and hosts a number of other events throughout the year. Our mission is to promote healthy activity and the Spirit of Aloha through the sport of Hawaiian outrigger canoeing emphasizing the concepts of Teamwork, Hui (Club/Group), and 'Ohana (Family). Newport Beach, California
    http://www.newportoutriggercanoe.club/
    (Added: Tue Jan 31 2017) - Report this link as bad!
  • Newport Outrigger Club
    The Newport Outrigger Club, established in 1963, is the oldest Hawaiian outrigger club still in existence on the mainland. Founded by Noah Kalama, the organization today is led by his son, Thomas Kalama. Still based in Newport Beach, CA, the club continues to promote long-held native Hawaiian traditions through the sport of outrigger paddling and other cultural arts. "Ohana" means "family" in Hawaiian and that is what Newport Outrigger is all about! With programs for both adults and "keikis" (children), everyone is welcome. So, come and join us on the water...enjoy the beautiful outdoors...and get some great exercise while you are at it!! Newport Beach, California
    http://www.newportoutrigger.com/
    (Added: Wed Feb 19 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Norcal Crew
    Norcal Crew is a 501c3 nonprofit organization dedicated to the development of youth through the sport of rowing. Norcal's mission is to provide opportunities for instruction, training, and competition in the sport of rowing to middle and high school students across the San Francisco Peninsula. Redwood City, California
    http://norcalcrew.org/
    (Added: Tue Dec 25 2012) - Report this link as bad!
  • Northern California Outrigger Canoe Association
    The Northern California Outrigger Canoe Association (NCOCA), was formed to primarily promote the sport of outrigger canoeing. Founded in 1978, the Northern California Outrigger Canoe Association (NCOCA) is devoted to fostering national and international amateur canoe (kayak) and paddle sports competition. Outrigger canoe clubs from all over Northern California, including the Bay Area, Monterey, Santa Cruz, Sacramento and Tahoe are part of this organization.
    http://www.ncoca.com/
    (Added: Tue Feb 04 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • O Kalani Outrigger Canoe Center
    The O Kalani Outrigger Canoe Center is based out of the Encinal Boat Ramp on the south shore of Alameda island. We paddle year round and offer opportunities for paddlers of all levels. Whether you are looking to achieve a high level of fitness, raise your game to a competitive level or just want to spend some time on the water, we have a seat for you. Join us for a new kind of adventure on the waters of the San Francisco Bay. We are located in the San Francisco Bay Area at the Encinal Boat Ramp in Alameda, California
    http://www.okalanioutrigger.org/
    (Added: Sat Dec 03 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Oceanside Outrigger Canoe Club
    Oceanside Outrigger is a membership club dedicated to outrigger paddling in all its forms: racing, recreation paddling, and even a kids program. Whether you are a veteran paddler or newcomer to the sport, we invite you to join our ohana (family) and experience a truly amazing sport. Oceanside, California
    http://www.oceansideoutrigger.org/
    (Added: Wed Feb 19 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Offshore Outrigger Canoe Club
    Members meet weekly to participate and train in the traditional Hawaiian sport of outrigger canoe racing. Offshore is committed to maintain and perpetuate the Hawaiian culture through the promotion of competitive and recreational outrigger canoe paddling for the community. Newport Beach, California
    http://offshoreocc.org/
    (Added: Wed Feb 19 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Ohana Wa'a Outrigger Canoe Club
    Our mission at Ohana Wa'a (Family Canoe) is to perpetuate the Hawaiian "Aloha Spirit" by treating one another, the ocean, and the earth with respect. We purpose to strengthen our minds and bodies, by sharing our passion for the ancient sport of outrigger canoe racing with our keiki (children) and communities. Napa, California
    http://www.ohanawaa.org/
    (Added: Sat Dec 03 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • Outrigger Team California
    Established in 2000, Outrigger Team California (OTC) is comprised of a selective group of 15 elite watermen from Southern California and is a member of the Southern California Outrigger Racing Association (SCORA). ​OTC competes in the Southern and Northern California race circuit as well as both National and International events throughout the world.
    http://www.outriggerteamcalifornia.com/
    (Added: Sun Nov 29 2015) - Report this link as bad!
  • Pale Kai Outrigger Canoe Club
    Pale Kai Outrigger is a non-profit outrigger canoe club located at Avila Beach, California near the city of San Luis Obispo, and is a member of the Southern California Outrigger Racing Association (SCORA). We offer competitive Hawaiian style outrigger canoe racing for men and women right here on the beautiful central coast waters of California. Avila Beach, California
    http://www.palekai.org/
    (Added: Wed Feb 19 2014) - Report this link as bad!
  • Pu Pu O Hawaii Outrigger Canoe Club
    Pu Pu 'O Hawaii is Northern California's award-winning premier outrigger canoe paddling club. Our practice sites are located in both Santa Cruz and Los Gatos. Come paddle and compete with the top Hawaiian outrigger canoe club in Santa Cruz, Los Gatos and San Jose regional area. The mission and primary purpose of Pu Pu 'O is to preserve and promote a unique quality of live referred to by the Hawaiian/Polynesian Community as "The Spirit of Aloha" and Hawaiiana. All are welcomed in the true spirit of aloha. Come join now! Santa Cruz and Los Gatos, California
    http://www.pupuohawaii.org/
    (Added: Sat Dec 03 2016) - Report this link as bad!
  • River City Rowing Club
    The River City Rowing Club is a community-based rowing club located at the Port of West Sacramento, California. We offer a wide variety of options for rowers, from highly competitive Masters to recreational rowers, junior, novice and learn-to-row programs.
    http://www.rivercityrowing.org/
    (Added: Tue Dec 25 2012) - Report this link as bad!
  • River City Whitewater Club
    River City Whitewater Club (RCWC) is a non-profit whitewater rafting club comprised of a close-knit group that enjoys rafting and the outdoors. RCWC was established in 1982, and is based in Sacramento, California. We have 40-50 members in the Sacramento region and the Bay Area. RCWC members each own a share of the club’s high quality rafting equipment. We welcome both boat owners and non-boat owners into the club. All trips and events are cooperative activities in which participants share in the work, expenses, and fun. Sacramento, California
    http://www.rcwconline.com/
    (Added: Sat Feb 01 2014) - Report this link as bad!
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