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Upward of 40 people rode paddleboards, surf skis, kayaks, surf boats and outrigger canoes off Hollywood beach on Saturday morning, as part of the East Coast Paddleboard Championship.
On a blustery Friday morning before dozens of supporters and curious onlookers, Rocky McKinnon and his watermen buddies set off in Huntington Beach's first outrigger surf canoe program.
Instead, legend has it that Saint Nick reaches the islands by way of an outrigger canoe—pulled by dolphins, not reindeer.
Carved canoes slide down broad rivers, and narrow outrigger boats bob along the shore.
Access is by boat from the airport; even breakfast can arrive via outrigger canoes.
Solomon Pali, 55, is the outrigger canoe instructor at the Fairmont Kea Lani Hotel on the island of Maui, Hawaii.
From the ceiling hang two sparkling white ships, looking like some magical sugar sculptures with spurred outriggers that can both sail through the sky and under the sea.
Members practice five times a week in 40-foot dragon boats and one- or two-person outriggers.
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