Oahu Hawaiian Canoe Racing Association


Oct 7 2007 7:30 am
Oct 7 2007 12:59 pm
Event Description: 

The Molokai Hoe is a 41-mile open ocean race that launches from Hale O Lono Harbor on Molokai and ends at Duke Kahanamoku Beach in Waikiki, Oahu. Watch as Lanikai Men defend their title against crews from Tahiti, Japan, Singapore, Italy, Australia, California and Hawaii.

This year marks the 55th crossing of the Ka 'iwi Channel, which separates the islands of Oahu and Molokai. The Ka 'iwi Channel has been touted, at times, as one of the most treacherous spans of ocean in the world.


Feb 24 2007 10:00 am
Feb 24 2007 12:00 pm
Event Description: 

Hui Nalu Canoe Club will be sponsoring a fundraising event dedicated to the memory of Kala Kukea. Kala was an inspirational leader at Hui Nalu for many years as a paddler, coach and friend. This race honors him and what he strived to share with others - the sportsmanship of canoe paddling, the spirit of competition and his aloha towards friends.

The race will have the following divisions: 6-man, Surfski, OC1, OC2, Age group, Novice, Open, Master, Mixed.

PLACE: Maunalua Bay - Pinky Thompson's Halau
TIME: 10 AM start
COURSE: Triangle course (approximately 7 miles) The start line is at Marshall Rosa's beach, take a right turn at blinker buoy, down to Kala's buoy outside of Aina Haina, back up and around anchored bouy off Portlock Point and finishing back at the Hawaii Kai boat ramp.


Race day registration - Saturday, February 24th 7:30 - 8:30AM
Entry fee - Adult : $30 18 & under*: $15

*Please note: 18 & under crews must have an open steersman.
(The entry fee includes registration, race participant tank, lunch and awards for the top three crews in each division.)

Registration forms are available below.
Completed registration and entry fees can be mailed by February 17th to:

     Hui Nalu Canoe Club, P.O.Box 26342, Honolulu, HI 96825

For further information, please call Rusty Nishiyama at 561-3336 or send an email to italia0203@yahoo.com.

Participants are encouraged to take advantage of parking at the Park and Ride parking lot across from Tesoro gas station on Keahole St. Parking is limited at the harbor and citations will be given to those vehicles parked on the grass.

Canoes for 6-man division are encouraged to be at the Hui Nalu paddling site on the evening of Saturday, March 25th. Personnel will be available to help with the canoes and assist in the parking of the trailers from 5 PM.

We look forward to you joining us on February 24th th for a morning of friendly competition, camaraderie and family f

Oahu Canoe Racing Association Championship Regatta

Jul 23 2006 8:00 am
Event Description: 

Keehi Lagoon

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