Kauai World Challenge (KWC) Solo Relay Prep
Sunday, May 6 – Thursday, May 10 2018
$700 usd (*Supply your own canoe)
$825 usd (*We supply canoe)
*Paddlers must supply their own leash, paddles and life-jackets
This will be an intermediate/advanced clinic to prepare you for the 2018 Kauai World Challenge Solo Relay. It will be a great clinic to take for anyone new to KWC, for seasoned paddlers that want to gain an advantage over their competitors, or for anyone that just wants to get some Kauai surfing runs in. You must have prior ocean paddling experience, and be very comfortable in open water, and a strong swimmer.
We’ll go over the race course and transitions, show you the optimal lines to take, plus tips on the take offs and landings. We will go over some theory and technique as well and then put all that knowledge to good use by doing practice runs along the race course so there are no surprises come race day.
***IMPORTANT – canoe rental for the race is $100usd including trailering and are in limited supply and therefore available in order of payment for the clinic.
Ask about a group rate if you have 6 or more paddlers!
5x Day Clinic (canoe rental included) – $825
5x Day Clinic (supply your own canoe) – $700
*NOTE: We reserve the right to modify clinics if we don’t have a minimum of 6 paddlers attending for a five day clinic, and 4 paddlers for a weekend session. In the very unlikely event we have to cancel, we will refund the cost of the clinic. If you need to cancel, we will refund the full amount minus the PayPal admin fee (approx. $60USD) up to 2 weeks prior to the scheduled start date of a clinic, unless it affects the minimum participation requirement in which case the refund will be 50% minus the PayPal admin fee. If you cancel within two weeks of a clinic start date then the refund will be a 70% minus the PayPal admin fee since most of the fixed costs for the clinic will have been paid for and cannot be reimbursed. During the clinic, paddlers are responsible for any damages to the boats they are using. If there are damages, then the instructor will determine if the boat needs to be completely replaced or it can be fixed.