Lantau Boat Club Paddling Section (previously known as LIOCC) was formed in March 2005 and has about 60 members, mostly residents of Discovery Bay.
We have five OC6s (six-person canoes) – four are Bradley Lightning outriggers (Va’a Pake Nui, which means “Strong Chinese Boat,” and Va’a Pake Awiwi, which means “Fast Chinese Boat”). The club also owns a number of OC2s and OC1s.
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HK IPC Sprints 2008
Each year, our paddlers participate in dragon boat races around Hong Kong, including Deep Water Bay, Lamma, and Mui Wo. We always organize teams to paddle at Discovery Bay for the Tuen Ng fetival.
Each year, we sponsors the Lantau Classic, an OC6 race day in Discovery Bay attended by paddling clubs from all over Hong Kong.
Tai Pak Beach, Discovery Bay, Hong Kong – June 1, 2014 Lantau Boat Club’s final dragon boat race event was held in Discovery Bay at the weekend. And on the back of some scintillating performances during the month of May, … Continue reading
Silvermine Bay, Mui Wo, Lantau Island, Hong Kong – May 18, 2014 Sunday saw another hugely successful day in the dragon boat for Lantau Boat Club. This time, at one of the more traditional fishermen race events at Mui Wo, … Continue reading
Deep Water Bay, Hong Kong, May 11, 2014 The Victoria Recreation Club (VRC) played host to the 15th Dragon Boat Regatta at Deep Water Bay, Sunday May 11. This was the second dragon boat race event of the season for … Continue reading
Tai Wan To Beach, Lamma Island, Hong Kong, May 4, 2014 Lantau Boat Club was out in force on Sunday, May 4 for the annual dragon boat festival on Lamma Island. Two mixed teams were entered for the 500m and … Continue reading
Strong gusty conditions marked the annual curtain-raiser of the outrigger paddling calendar, the Around Beaufort Island Race on Saturday March 22. Two of LBC’s paddling teams turned out to weather the conditions, which were more fitting for a yacht race. … Continue reading
LBC’s paddlers dominated the medals in the 2013 Lantau Classic, held on National Day, Tuesday, October 1. This year’s edition of the annual event hosted by LBC’s Paddling Section attracted 90 outrigger paddlers from racing teams representing Victoria Recreation Club … Continue reading
Update: Because many members will be out of town, this event is postponed until further notice. This year marks the 30th anniversary of LBC, come and join us for a fun LBC Open Day, meet with all members and enjoy … Continue reading
On New Year’s Day, the weather turned out to be glorious and very favourable for man-powered boats entering our annual sail-paddle-row New Year’s challenge. Sadly there was hardly any wind for the sailors, who were becalmed on the far side … Continue reading
Two LBC teams won honors in the RHKYC 2012 Around the Island Race on Sunday, November 11. Alexandra Nitsch and Christoph Grebe finished in 4:32:12, taking first place in the F18 class. Nine F18s competed this year, with three breaking … Continue reading
The Lantau Island Outrigger Canoe Club, LBC’s paddling contingent, hosted its third annual Lantau Classic Paddling Invitational on October 7, 2012, at LBC in Discovery Bay. All of HK’s main paddling clubs sent multiple teams to Tai Pak Beach for … Continue reading
LBC’s paddlers had a tremendously successful Tuen Ng Festival this year, capturing the championship trophy in the mixed crew dragonboat races at Discovery Bay, along with second place in the ladies’ event and 4th place in the men’s. The races … Continue reading
As of May, LBC has four club kayaks available for members’ use, free of charge. These include two blue-and-white Gemini sit-on-top kayaks (one two-person, one three-person) and two one-person Voyager plastic kayaks. Members may reserve the kayaks for one to … Continue reading
The LBC General Committee has collected together nearly 20 kayaks, canoes, and sail or paddle boards that were stored on and around our boat racks without a 2011 LBC parking sticker. These craft will be placed in the back row … Continue reading
Congratulations to Liam Fitzpatrick and David Coudert, the LIRC mens’ double scull team, for winning the 2012 Sail/Paddle/Row Challenge, held on January 2, 2012. Liam and David defeated the first sailing boat by three minutes. Next were Christoph and Nelson … Continue reading