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Royal Akarana Paddlers (RAPS)

“We are a bunch of guys and girls of all ages who get together to paddle surf skis socially and train for competition.”

Andrew Mowlem – King of the Harbour

April 15th, 2019|0 Comments

Royal Akarana Yacht Club paddler Andrew Mowlem has won the 2019 King of the Harbour surf ski paddling racing finishing 3.5 minutes ahead of second place. Mowlem, and an outstanding line up of paddlers, finished [...]

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Early morning winter paddle

July 7th, 2018|0 Comments

It was just on sunrise at the club when over 20 of our keen paddlers hit the water for a marathon paddle on what was a very brisk winters morning. The conditions were light and [...]

Saturday morning paddling group

February 20th, 2018|0 Comments

So many paddlers! The Royal Akarana Paddlers hit the water every weekend and on Saturday 17th February, they were out in force! Check out this timelapse video captured by our Sailing Committee Chairperson Nick Hanson. [...]

The following rules apply from Monday 28 November 2016:

  • Under no circumstances are rack assignments to be altered unless approved by John Cooper
  • Only one (1) surf ski per member is permitted, regardless if vacancies exist (we need to be able to take new members and assign them available racks).
  • By default, please ensure that you lock the container(s) at all times.
  • No personal gear is to be left in the containers. Please lock your gear safely in your car.
  • Report any rack damage ASAP to John Cooper
  • Only current financial members are eligible for storage – no exceptions.
  • All surf skis are in the racks are to have a current RAYC membership sticker clearly displaying your membership number. Please re-write your number if you see it wearing off.
  • Updates to these rules may be altered at any time based on members comments and feedback.

Please refer all questions to John Cooper

Surf Ski Storage Waiting List Application

Please Note: We do not have storage for kayaks, sea canoes, waka or SUP