A Tattersalls Members’ trip to Hawaii is incomplete without a visit to the Outrigger Canoe Club.

The Outrigger Canoe Club was founded in 1908 on the beach of Waikiki with a mission to foster and promote the water sports of old Hawaii.

Located below the soaring volcanic peak of Diamond Head with the warm pacific lapping at its beachside, OCC is one of the best Member Clubs in the USA  with a majestic tropical experience.

With its exclusive beach at the east end of OCC Waikiki, you can relish a few days in the sun, dipping in and out of the water or paddling out on a surf, volleyball, and the varied beach activities available at the Club or embrace the simple joys by enjoying a good read while gazing through the spectacular Hawaiian sky.
One of the most historic moments for OCC was recorded in 1915 when the game of beach volleyball was invented by this Club’s hero member Duke Kahanamoku- the legendary father of surfing in both Australia and California.
The club has a beachfront zone with a snack bar serving your favourite American delights and long Margaritas.  The value is pretty good at just $7 USD for a margarita.  There’s an ice machine for easy refreshment in the warm weather.  Furthermore, the club also has a fine dining restaurant and bar where unlike in Australia you can get access to a Cob Salad – and as much lettuce as you can eat.
Tattersalls and Outrigger Canoe Club are linked with their shared love and history of ocean swimming and watersports. So we recommend that it’s definitely worth a visit.
Beyond the Outrigger Canoe Club, Tattersalls also holds reciprocity with other popular Clubs throughout the USA including the University Club of Santa Barbara Club, Los Angeles Athletic Club, Detroit Athletic Club, Olympic Club and many more.

Click here for the full list of Reciprocal Clubs.

If you’re planning a holiday in the USA, right here in Australia or elsewhere, be sure to check your Club’s reciprocal list first and request your Letter of Introduction.