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Edgartown Oak Bluffs Rd
Oak Bluffs, MA 02557

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Tel: (508) 693-9727

​chick@islandspiritkayak.com

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Oar And Paddle REGatta

Sunday August 25 2019

About the race:

Every year ISK helps to host the Martha's Vineyard Oar and Paddle Regatta from our beach location in Sengekontacket pond. Swimmers and paddlers of all kind come together to race 2.4 miles and raise money for cleaner waters!  The proceeds from the race go to Friends of Sengekontacket, who works to keep the water that we race in every year protected.The race is followed by a beach picnic and awards ceremony! 

What's The Price?

The race is $45 a person. Single paddlers pay $45 and doubles pay $90 ! Remember, proceeds go to keeping our waters clean! This price included an entry into the race and a racing day packet!

REGISTER

Registration is open!

What can I paddle?

Racers are welcome to paddle anything that floats. We usually have kayaks, paddle boards, swimmers, canoes, row boats, and the occasional bath tub! Everyone races in different categories depending on your racing equipment.

RESULTS

View the results here!

Need a boat?

Island Spirit Kayak is proud to donate our entire fleet of boats for the race! If you want to participate in this awesome race  and use our equipment you can do so for free! All of our Single and double sit-on-top kayaks and all of our paddle boards will be available. If you want to use one for the race, please give us a call to reserve once you have registered. The equipment goes fast so make sure to reserve in advance!

Who Can Paddle?

EVERYONE! We are proud to have racers from 5 years old to paddlers in their 90s! We also have a special category for people who paddle with their dogs! This is a family friendly race, and while we have our share of fierce competitors, we have many young families compete!

Come support Friends of Sengekontacket
Dedicated to the preservation of Sengekontacket Pond and Joseph Sylvia State Beach
click here to learn more