News and updates about the Deep Water Bay Regatta

DWB Dragon Boat Regatta is approaching – Details here!

The 18th Deep Water Bay Dragon Boat Regatta 2017 is approaching fast. All Teams can find useful informations here – we will update this page together with our Newsletter. The 18th Deep Water Bay Dragon Boat Regatta 2017 – Invitation ONLINE REGISTRATION and RACE INFO Who is already registered & your sign up status Newsletter 1 – Prize Information Newsletter […]

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17th Deep Water Bay Regatta Results are Online now!

Congratulations to all the Cup final winners BGC Stormy Dragons (Women) Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club (Open & Mixed) and again to Tin Shui Wai Methodist College (U18). We look forward to welcome all of you again next year!   All Open Division Results All Mixed Division Race Results All Women’s Division Results All U18 Division Race Results

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Thank you for joining the 17th Deep Water Bay Regatta 2016

Hello Captains & Teams, thank you very much for participating at the 17th Deep Water Bay Dragon Boat Regatta. It was certainly a day full of exciting and competitve races and your participation and great sportsmanship were key elements making our event a success! Taking this opportunity, we would like to send out a little reminder regarding the Photo Competition! […]

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The 17th Deep Water Bay Regatta 2016

Dear Paddlers and Friends, we herewith officially acknowledge that the 17th Deep Water Bay Dragon Boat Regatta in Hong Kong will be held on the 17th of April 2016. The ONLINE REGISTRATION is open now and we would like to ask all Teams to register via this process. All steps and registration details are explained on the registration page.

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First Carbon Neutral dragon boat race in the world.

The Hong Kong Island Paddle Club is proud to announce that the 11th Deep Water Bay Dragon Boat Races on 9th May 2010 was the first Carbon Neutral dragon boat race in the world. With the innovative partnership of Carbon Care Asia, a low carbon solutions specialist, this event was also Hong Kong’s first carbon neutral sports event. Carbon Care Asia estimates that […]

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