About Outrigger Canoe Club

The Outrigger Canoe Club is a private club founded in 1908 on the beach at Waikiki on what is now the site of the Outrigger Waikiki Hotel. Our original clubhouse was a grass hut on the beach. We moved to our current location and clubhouse in 1964. Many of our members are third and fourth generation members. We pride ourselves on being a family club and providing a family atmosphere.


Although the Club was founded as a surfing club to provide dressing room facilities for men and boys who had no easy access to the good surfing areas of Waikiki, it grew into the Club you see today which espouses not only surfing, but a dozen other sports, social activities, historical programs, dining facilities and the world's most spectacular sunsets!

From our beach, Hau Terrace and Dining Room Lanai, you can see all of Waikiki Beach and its famous hotels. Diamond Head looms majestically above the Club.

The men's locker room is closed for renovation.   Throughout the duration of  the project, entrance to the men's locker room will not be permitted and men are invited to use the facilities in the Jr. Boy's Locker Room. 

Wahine will be able to use most of their locker room throughout the project, with the exception of a few days when the room will be closed for carpet installation, etc.

The project is slated for completion by Thanksgiving.  Mahalo for your kokua.


The Club is open to members and their guests only and not the general public.


For more information on the history and sports legacy of the Outrigger Canoe Club, visit our sports website: www.outriggercanoeclubsports.com


Be safe in the ocean.

Watch for hazard signs including large surf, dangerous currents, and jellyfish.