Personal property should be respected at all times. Personal items left or temporarily stored in the Club area are the responsibility of each individual member. OOCC accepts no liability for damages or theft of equipment or members’ personal property including canoes and surf-skis, backpacks, clothing, paddles or other items that are stored at members’ own risk. OC-1 and OC-2 canoes and surf-ski storage can be accommodated for members on a “first-come, first-served” basis, space-permitting in coordination with the OOCC Board. An annual fee must be paid for storage of such watercraft. No personal property or equipment (e.g. bikes, motorcycles, surfboards, etc.) other than temporary/daily storage of paddles and personal clothing and practice gear is allowed in the canoe yard.
Oceanside Outrigger promotes the Spirit of Aloha and an open forum communication. It is each member’s responsibility to connect with our Ohana by respectfully voicing his/her opinions while contributing to the betterment of our club.