Ohau Paddling Clinic with Jim Foti

Combo Steering/OC1 Clinic
Monday 02MAR – Thursday 05MAR 2020
$680 usd (*including canoe)

OC1 Clinic
Monday 20APR – Thursday 23APR 2020
$680 usd (*including canoe)

*Paddlers must supply their own leash, paddles and life-jackets

We are super stoked to have Jim Foti instructing on Ohau. Jim is a multiple Molokai Hoe winner with extensive expertise in racing, steering, and coaching outrigger. If you are serious about steering, then get yourself to this clinic. If you want to improve your paddling technique, performance, surfing ability, and have tons of fun in Hawaii then here’s your opportunity to learn from a legend.

The clinics are based out of Lanakai, Kailua on the west side of Ohau. You can have the option of a solo camp, or a combination of steering and solo. You’ll have the opportunity to paddle in protected waters, and also open waters including the Mokes depending on assessment. You will be guaranteed fun runs either way. If you choose to stay longer and wish to rent a canoe, then Jim will gladly provide one for you.

Contact us to ask about addition dates and about a group rate if you have 6 or more paddlers!


4x Day Combo Steering/OC1 Clinic
02MAR – $680

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4x Day OC1 Clinic
20APR – $680

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*NOTE: We reserve the right to modify clinics into private or semi-private lessons at lesson rates if we don’t have a minimum of 5 paddlers attending a clinic. In the very unlikely event we have to cancel, we will refund your full cost of the clinic. If you need to cancel up to 2 months prior to the scheduled start date of a clinic, we will refund the full amount minus any admin fees charged to us, unless it affects the minimum participation requirement in which case the refund will be 50% minus admin fees. If you cancel within two months of a clinic start date then the refund will be 50% minus 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 or management will determine if the boat needs to be completely replaced or can be repaired.


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