From L -> R in the above picture. Dom, Matt, Tyson, Mike, Scott and Bill.
Congrats to our Nov A men for finishing 3rd at the Waimanalo Regatta this past Sunday, June 23, 2013 at Waimanalo Beach Park. It was a sometimes rainy, often windy and definitely a long day at the races. There were a few canoes that flipped over. It was a fun day for all. All races were completed by ~6pm which beat the 6:15 deadline when the races were going to stop for the day.
You can find the days results above under the Results tab
On to our next race: Walter J. MacFarlane at Waikiki beach on July 4th, 2013. Come on down to support our crews, cheer them on and learn more about paddling.
|#19 Men Novice A|
|1||Kailua||7||3.54.39||Brian Bagunolo, Tony Laglia, Austin Carter, Bud MacPherson, Levi-Jordan Goeas, Joseph Walter,|
|7||Waikiki Surf Club||4.30.55|
Practices for Adults will start March 6, 2013, please look at the calendar for updates.
Practices for keiki will start April 3, 2013, please look at the calendar for updates.
Registration Days at the Canoe Hale are:
April 3, 2013 4:30 pm
April 19, 2013 4:30 pm
May 3, 2013 4:30 pm
Koa Kai Canoe Club held its annual Laulima pre-season race on April 16th Saturday. It was a successful day for Honolulu Pearl Novice B Women team. Hon Pearl ladies one more time made us proud, this time, by coming in first place in their division. Novice B Women crew paddlers were Aimee Bailey, Adrienne Hopper, Brandi Brickler, Lydia Munger-Little, and Jill Bass.
The race had a long and short course. Short course started at beautiful Magic Island and stretched to Diamond Head and back. The long course had a similar course to begin with, but crews had to paddle pass Magic Island to the West coming back from
Diamond Head before they paddled back to the finish line at Magic Island.
In addition to the Novice B Women team, Honolulu Pearl had 2 other Novice B Men teams, and an Open Mix crew paddled at the race. All teams successfully finished the race.
It was the perfect day to be on the beach, but not necessarily the best conditions to paddle long distance. There weren’t much wind and the water was pretty flat all the way to and from Diamond Head. But it turned out a lot of fun, and we definitely enjoyed the ocean, sun and the breathtaking Honolulu skyline.
You can find the Laulima 2011 race result here.
Note: Group photo of Honolulu Pearl paddlers is courtesy of Alan Kang at Alan K Sports Hawaii.
On February 24th, 2011, Honolulu Pearl Canoe Club was honored to give a warm welcome
to homecoming submarine USS Hawaii. This was a very special occasion; because the USS Hawaii is not only state’s namesake submarine, but it also has a nick name “War Canoe”. Because Hawaiian Outrigger Canoes were actually used as war canoes in ancient times, this was the perfect welcome for USS Hawaii.
And here are some photos from the event.