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Teams of 4 SUP Paddlers have 2.5 hours to navigate through the mangrove mazes of Sea Oat Island to retrieve treasure from 15 hidden treasure chests. The team to collect all 15 gold doubloons and cross the finish line in the shortest amount of time wins.Find out more »
This is all about the opportunity to RACE on St. Patrick’sDay! Sorry, landlord restricts food trucks and exhibitor tents, but if you are looking for a tune up race before your major April race, we’ve got a pretty cool race course for you!Find out more »
Join us for the 7th annual Florida Cup presented by Visit St. Pete Clearwater.Find out more »
Take the challenge on circumnavigating the Island of Key West! Paddle the distance individually in one of our various divisions or team up with your buds for the 3-person Stand-Up Relay Race!Find out more »
Treasure Island Pirate Paddle 5 is a multi-paddlesport race event that takes place on the beautiful Manasquan River in Point Pleasant, New Jersey.Find out more »
Floating Fire Pit with S'mores
Nothing speaks summertime more than a campfire with Smores. This experience provides SMOREs like never before!
Come play on the Upper Sacramento River for Memorial Day weekend (May 28) 2019! The California River Quest has a river adventure opportunity for everyone. Paddle 25 miles, 50 miles, 100 miles or sprint races.Find out more »
Return to Goat Island will include a short distance children’s FUN race, a 1-mile open race for first-time paddle boarders and a 6-mile recreational flat water race designed for the intermediate to advanced paddler. For those looking to push their limits, there will be a 17-mile flat water race on the beautiful Pocomoke River.Find out more »
The Lake Ontario Crossing is a 32-mile paddleboard race from Port Dalhousie in Ontario’s Niagara region, to Toronto.
The 32 mile, point-to-point course matches the standard established by the Molokai-to-Oahu crossing in Hawaii and the Catalina Classic in California, bringing an open-water endurance race to the Great Lakes.
Make no mistake. Although this is a fresh-water event, a Lake Ontario crossing is a big and exposed paddle not to be taken lightly. At the mid point of the crossing, paddlers are 20km from land and without cell phone coverage for three hours. Weather on the Great Lakes is highly variable, often changing from calm winds to gale-force conditions in minutes. Six-foot swells are common in the autumn months. We aim for this to be a down winder as it has been in the past but who knows what mother nature will provide
An open water paddle challenge crossing the Delaware Bay from Lewes, Delaware to Cape May, NJ benefitting the DESATNICK Foundation, a non-profit organization aimed to help those living with Spinal Cord Injury in Atlantic, Cape May, Cumberland and Ocean Counties, New JerseyFind out more »