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Next dates: January 27-31, 2020 / Feb 24-28, 2020
No matter which of the above applies to you, you can handle paddling 10 miles non-stop. You need to be able to manage this so that you can handle two hours of chasing bumps in Hawaii.
One of the most important things to make this camp successful and fun for you is that you are not a complete beginner. I am not currently doing camps for novice OC1 paddlers.
Please fill out the application form at the bottom of this page so I can review and we can determine if this camp is a fit for you. I’ll reach out to you once I’ve reviewed your form.
We are based out of Kailua on Oahu. Each day we’ll pick our location based on the skills the group needs to work on and the conditions available that will match that.
Canoes are provided for use during camp hours. Currently we are using Pueo Gen I and Gen II, and Tempest OC2. We use the OC2 as a coaching and teaching tool and everyone spends time in the OC2 every day.
Over five days there will be between seven and ten sessions on the water ranging from one to three hours per session, depending on the conditions and the group. A 'typical' camp lookis like this:
$900 excluding Hawaii state tax. Camp fee includes coaching, canoes, video and review of video including personalized items to work on when you return home.
You will need to plan your own accommodation. Highly recommend the Windward size of Oahu including Kailua, Kaneohe and Waimanalo, as this will be our base. Below are two resources for finding a place to stay. When searching for house rentals in Kailua use Zip Code 96734
It's important to us that we provide you a great service and that our camp is suitable for you. Please fill out the below application form and we'll reivew it and get back to you. Thank you for your interest in Hawaii Paddle Camps!