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- Youth Of Hui Nalu Canoe Club
- 1966: The Epic Moloka’i CrossingFifty years ago, one of the most memorable races across the Kaiwi Channel took place. Paddlers who participated often say it was truly unforgettable, and these days the race would have almost certainly been cancelled because of the violent conditions. “Of all the races Iʻve ever done, I will […]
- Molokai Hoe 2016Three crews from Tahiti came over to race the Molokai Hoe and all three, Shell Va’a, EDT Va’a and Shell Va’a 2, took top honors. It seems like once again the rest of the paddling world could only watch the Tahitians from behind. Shell Va’a took first in 4:49:17. EDT […]
NaWahine O Ke Kai
- Race on. Last year due to an unruly Kaiwi Channel, Na Wahine O Ke Kai was cancelled. The year before that, 2014 Waikiki Beach Boys claimed the title, so with surging determination Team Bradley was out to get it back. Team Bradley had won nine of the last 11 races, including 6-in-a-row. The only other […]Read More »
- Tell us about the WAIKIKI BEACH BOYS It was WBBCC founders that set out to share the spirit of aloha through the love and respect of the ocean and outrigger canoe paddling. As a club, we continue to want to make sure that each of our paddlers has the opportunity to have many different experiences […]Read More »
- Hawaiian Airlines Na Wahine O Ke Kai 2014 Waikiki Beach Boys put the second notch on the club’s tally of Na Wahine O Ke Kai wins finishing first in 5:29:12. Their first win came in 2011 when they defeated Team Bradley, who have won this race eight times since 2005. Team Bradley took second with […]Read More »