• Jim Jackson Rahn Photography

  • Jim Jackson Rahn Photography

  • Photo Credit: Cody Silvester

  • Photo Credit: Duane Strong

  • Photo Credit: Duane Strong

  • Photo Credit: Cody Silvester

  • Photo Credit: Joe Downie

2017 Waivers

Waivers need to be signed for 2017. This has to be done by everyone each year. Please follow the steps here:

2017 Waivers

Enter your team in the MBX!


Now accepting entries for the Monterey Bay Crossing Outrigger Canoe Race

Saturday September 30th, 2017

See details here.


Rec paddle / Intro CANCELLED August 20th

Come see us at the Aloha Festival August 20th at the wharf!

Now taking reservations for Learn to Paddle Class this fall.

Paddle with us

Outrigger canoe paddling is the fun and social way to get fit on the Monterey Bay. Experience teamwork, nature, adventure, and competition in diverse programs for family, recreation, fitness, and racing. Paddle with your family: children, parents, and grandparents paddle together in Outrigger Santa Cruz. Paddle with your friends. It takes six people pulling together to move a canoe.

We have year-long programs for teenagers and summer programs for keiki (children). We paddle in the safety of the Santa Cruz Small Boat Harbor when appropriate, and — weather, conditions, and crew abilities permitting — we paddle in the Monterey Bay, where ocean conditions are varied, challenging, and beautiful.

Stay informed

Keep abreast of club news by following our Facebook page. Members are automatically subscribed to our email lists. For questions, you can send us an email message and we will get back to you.

Monterey Bay Crossing

Our club sponsors the Monterey Bay Crossing, a 25-mile race from Santa Cruz to Monterey, in the fall of each year.

Experience nature

Enjoy the beauty of the Monterey Bay Marine Sanctuary from the hull of an outrigger canoe. Join us for tranquil sunset paddles and vigorous morning exertions. Newcomers of all physical abilities and cultural backgrounds are welcome to join our recreational paddling programs.

Ho‘owala‘au wa‘a (Canoe talk)

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