Hui Wa'a Kaukahi

Nui a lehulehu na mokupuni, 'a'ole lawa ka manawa

So many islands, so little time!

He’eia Kea to Ahu o Laka (Kaneohe sandbar)

An EZ Glider roundtrip paddle from the He’eia Kea canoe hale to Ahu o Laka, the sandbar in the middle of Kaneohe Bay. A great beginners paddle to literally get your feet wet with the club as the tide will be about +1′ and rising at launch. Bring something to anchor your kayak on the […]

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May Club Meeting

Presentation: “Stop the Bleed. Save a Life! ” by Christina “TJ” Donayri, RN Christina is the Clinical Coordinator, Injury Prevention and Outreach, in the Trauma Services Department at the Queen’s Medical Center. The “Stop the Bleed. Save a Life!” campaign’s purpose is to better prepare persons to save lives by raising awareness of basic actions […]

Makai Range Pier to Kailua Boat Ramp

A nice cruise across Waimanalo Bay and Lanikai Beach with a stop at Moku Nui. This is a great paddle for beginners to stretch out your paddling distance as it’s all inside the reef and you can stay comfortably close to shore the whole way. No surf launching and landing too. Bring a lunch or […]

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Tracks to Pokai Bay

A leisurely paddle along the leeward coast. We often see spinner dolphins on this paddle. Small kine surf at launch. Sheltered bay landing. Bring a lunch and a camp chair for a post-paddle picnic at the beach park. Meet at 8:30 AM for a 9:00 AM carpool. – 8 mi. Paddle Leader: Launch: Tracks Beach […]

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Kahana Bay to Mālaekahana

This long intermediate paddle can be challenging with trade swells outside the reef. There is an option for an easier paddle inside the reef and landing at Hau’ula Beach Park (5 mi.). If you want to do the shorter option you should prearrange to have a buddy to accompany you. Meet at the Kahana Bay […]

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