Dragon Boat

 

The sport of dragon boating consists of a boat for 10 or 20 paddlers, a drummer, and a steersperson paddling to cross the finish line faster than their competition. It’s a team sport in its purest form that encompasses the elements of power, speed, synchronization, and endurance. Dragon boating is one of the world’s fastest growing team watersports, and now you too can be part of it.  It’s fun, competitive and suitable for all ages.  

For more information about the sport see seattleflyingdragons.org and check out Video 1 and Video 2. (offsite)

Ages:

12+ (age 12-18 with parent permission)

Schedule:

Tuesday – meet at 6pm, on the water 6:30-7:30 (March – October)  

Sunday – meet at 10am, on the water 10:30-11:30 (Year-round)

Membership/Costs:

Guest/Non-Member  

  • First 3 practices free!
  • Fill out online forms here before attending your first practice (offsite)

Member (New or Renewing)

  • Annual KWAC membership fee – $20 (This is an annual charge to use any/all of the clubs/facilities associated with KWAC)
  • Annual Seattle Flying Dragon Boat Club dues  – $100
    • More membership levels described here (offsite)

Links to Pay Fees: 

  1. Pay annual KWAC membership fee here
  2. Pay annual Seattle Flying Dragon Boat Club dues here (offsite)

Financial needs scholarships are available

 

For more information, contact communications@seattleflyingdragons.org