Category: Our Canoes

SOCC currently has 3 OC-6 canoes.

Our oldest canoe is an older model Bradley named “Elua Kekoa”. We just had some major work done on her and now the canoe is in great shape and ready for many more miles of happy paddling.

Our second oldest canoe is a Force Five named “Po’anuenue”. The canoe is in excellent shape and it is our favorite canoe to race the Gorge, as she seems to ride those swells better than any other. The canoe is a bit tighter in all of the seats but in particular in the front seat and therefore it’s a better fit for a women’s crew.

Our newest canoe is a Striker Bradley and is named “Alohinalu”. The canoe is in great shape and will serve us many more years to come.

We also have an Outrigger Connection “Viper two” OC-2 canoe and a Fusion OC-1 available for club use. Only experienced paddlers can take these canoes out and they have to perform a huli drill and pay an extra fee before they are allowed to take these canoes out.

Our Canoe Dedication Ceremony

Join us for our Canoe Dedication Ceremony – Ho’ola’a o wa’a

Aloha friends and family! Please join us as a witness to the dedication of our newest canoe, Mālana. Kumu Hula ‘Iwalani and her halau hula, Na Lei o Manu’akepa will be facilitating the blessing ceremony at 8:00a Sunday, April 30. Your presence as a witness is greatly appreciated, and we look forward to seeing you there! The ceremony will be…

Our Canoes

  SOCC currently has three OC-6 canoes: Our oldest canoe is an older model Bradley named “Elua Kekoa”. We just had some major work done on her and now the canoe is in great shape and ready for many more miles of happy paddling. Our second oldest canoe is a Force Five named “Po’anuenue”. The canoe is in excellent shape…