Find the comforts and community of a private club in the Pacific at the Outrigger Canoe Club on the island of Oahu. Founded on the Waikiki Beach, the home of historical records for Duke Paoa Kahanamoku, four-time Olympic swimmer and popular surfer, the Outrigger Canoe Club offers members an authentic slice of old Hawaii. Enjoy your reciprocal membership benefits of premier athletic facilities, private beach access and quintessential Hawaiian dining.
Since establishment in 1908, through financial crises and WWII, the Outrigger Canoe Club has been a prominent figure on Waikiki Beach. The modern-day clubhouse is now located next door to Diamond Head State Monument, just south of Waikiki Beach, a prime setting for water sports and tropical sunsets.
The Outrigger Canoe Club offers a snack bar for hungry surfers and upscale dining on the terrace where you can watch paddlers launch outrigger canoes while enjoying a pupu and a fresh cocktail.
Host of the longest continuous canoe-paddling event in Hawaii, the Outrigger Canoe Club seeks to promote the water sports of old Hawaii. The club provides members with gym facilities, volleyball courts and a private beach, in addition to water activities like surfing and outrigger canoe paddling. Credited with the invention of beach volleyball, the Outrigger Canoe Club has developed Olympic-level players and teams.
For more information, visit outriggercanoeclub.com.