These sessions are run by Certified Dragon Boat Canada Coaches that will introduce
new paddlers to dragon boating safely in a pool session. These sessions are a great
way to get started on this fun team sport.
Pool paddling and other training is available for those paddlers interested in improving or
maintaining their skill levels.
We provide an opportunity for community members to take part in team building
activities while dragon boating.
- DASA Membership (January to December) – $30
- Pool Fees (November to April) – $100
- Paddle Fees (May to September) – $100
- Paddle Fees (July to September) – $75
- Paddle Fees (August to September) – $50
- Youth Fees – TBA
- School Rentals (per hour) – $75
- Non-member Rental of Boats & Equipment per hour – $250
DASA offers special programs for youth aged 12 – 17 in the spring and summer.
Teams decide their level of competitiveness. DASA supports the teams by providing /
offering equipment; certified coaches, drummers, steers; insurance coverage and
advocacy; and other supports.
Recreational Teams (Lethbridge Festival and Beyond)These teams are often a group of co-workers, corporate sponsored teams, friends,church members, or any group that wants to paddle together.
Competitive Festival TeamsPaddlers on a competitive team push for a medal finish. They enjoy a longerpaddling season, typically practicing 2 times a week from May until the first week inSeptember.
High Performance TeamsHigh performance teams seek fitness and competition while training and taking part2-4 festivals during the summer. Their goal is to excel in the top divisions at eachevent. When possible, these teams travel within Canada and / or Internationally, andmay compete at the annual Canadian National Dragon Boat Championships.
Performance ++DASA can offer support to those individuals who dream big and wish to work towardsthe Canadian National Team tryouts.