With the start of the new year, we wanted to take a moment to update everyone in the NYO family on our accomplishments in 2012. During this past year, NYO’s outreach efforts put a record number of New Yorkers on th See More
Mark, Keith, Jason, Keizo, Colin, Brent, Jesse, Larry, Will and Jamie at the finish of the 2012 Moloka'i Hoe
Fog rolled off Jamaica Bay and washed over the runway as we waited to board our Hawaiian Airlines flight to Honolulu. It was the first we See More
Epic Competition on Cape Anne
by Roger Crossland.
I keep a calendar of summer outrigger races. You can’t have races sneaking up on you. This year, the much vaunted Philadelphia race was cancelled and I suddenly found I had eight weeks to tr See More
The Hudson River Park and the Pier 66 Boathouse has been closed until further notice.
There is no access to the boathouse or the dock until the Park deems it safe to do so.
As of this morning's high tide, the Hudson See More
New York Outrigger is always looking to meet like-minded people and organizations who are also interested in bringing awareness to our local waterways. We are extremely pleased to have met our neighbors up river at Inwood Canoe Club. What started See More
125 Miles of Pirate Paddling and Guerilla Camping
By Carol Choi, member of New York Outrigger
I first learned by email that I had agreed to paddle-camp 125-miles from Manhattan to Montauk. I don’t remember agreeing to it, and I ultimately didn’t pad See More