On Tuesday, July 10 a brief but fierce storm swept through East End Beach and demolished all but a few of our boats. The boats that do remain are in need of repair. We are working hard to answer many of the questions you have. "When will we get back on the water?". "I have registered for a future Learn-To-Row. What is happening with those registrations?". Please know that your crew of volunteers are working with local resources to answer these questions. "Can I help?". Yes! We are going to need to rebuild; a rack for starters. We also have plenty more clean up. Please stay tuned to our FaceBook page and e-Newsletter for further updates. You may also email us (see our contact page).
A two hour clinic for those who have never sat in a boat or those who have been away from the sport for several years and would like a refresher course. These clinics are typically held on Saturday mornings just 4-5 times throughout the season so sign up early. Experience your first few strokes pulling on the handle of the oar and feeling the rush of the water under the boat as you move the boat forward. Let us show you the power of rowing!
Launch drivers and volunteers are vital to the organization, both on and off the water. Lauch drivers are at the helm of a launch provided and fueled up by the organization increasing the safety of our crew while on the water.
This is for graduates of the Learn-To-Row clinic and those that are returning to the sport and would like an intermediary level before joining the experienced level boats. Completion of a Learn-To-Row clinic or prior moving seat rowing is required. Sessions are three weekdays in a row from 7 AM to 8:30 AM. Land instruction is included but very little to no land training as we want to maximize water time. Get ready to row!
9th seat, best seat in the boat! A great experience to take command on the water. Both novice and experienced coxswains welcomed.
A powerful way for experienced sweep rowers to start their day; on the water 5:30 AM to 7 AM on high tide weeks. All eight or all four, light to full pressure rowing, steady state pieces, instruction and drills from a coach. Opportunity to learn scull rowing throughout the season; quad, double and singles.
Coaches share their passion for good rowing with novice to experienced rowers, supporting the rower in their desire whether it be recreational or competitive rowing.