Kana Lui Miami welcomes anyone who is fitness-minded with a love for the ocean to join one of the fastest growing and most exciting sports in Miami; the Polynesian sport of outrigger canoe.
Why We Paddle
Open Water- Downtown sunset views and the waves off of Virginia Key Beach!
Fun- Meet new people in a team sport that's coed and all ages!
Competitive- Monthly races around the state, and the globe. You will get in shape!
Simple and afordable- Bring a towel, water bottle and dress for the beach.
In honor of Thanksgiving, we encourage all club and non club members to paddle with us on Thursday 28th November at 9 AM. It’s our way of saying thanks to you for being a member of Kana Lui.
Please feel free to bring your friends, family, and out-of-town guests for a unique South Florida memory. Age, physical condition, and prior paddling experience are not factors. As always, paddles and instruction will be provided. We sure would love it if you would join us next Thursday 28th at 9 AM at Kana Lui Miami Outrigger Club (Miami Rowing Club).
LOCATIONS: The MRC (Miami Rowing Club) is located at 3601 Rickenbacker Causeway on Virginia Key. Take I-95 South and exit just South of downtown Miami onto the Rickenbacker Causeway/Key Biscayne exit. Head East over the big bridge and take your second left (double left hand turn lane), and pull into the Marine Stadium. Follow access road further East which dead ends at the MRC.
The Liberty Challenge hosted by New York Outrigger is the largest outrigger regatta on the East Coast. Over the past sixteen years, the Liberty Challenge has grown to become one of the most prestigious outrigger canoe races in the world. The race is unique among world outrigger regattas as it takes place in a bustling urban harbor.
OUTRIGGER CANOE EXHIBITION A SUCCESS WITH 65 PARTICIPANTS
The Ultimate Water Games Paddlesports Exhibition hosted a day of racing exhibitions yesterday with eight teams in Outrigger Canoe within 150’ of the famed Ft. Myers Beach, FL, in front of the Pink Shell Beach Resort and Marina. The Paddleboard Challenge had to be cancelled because of rough water