Adult Rowing at RRC
We offer several programs that range in skill and experience level from recreational to competitive. Our goal is to provide a space for all of our Adult members to become better rowers at their own pace, and to provide competitive opportunities for those who want to take their rowing to the next level.
Membership and Coached Programming fees are required for participation in any and all programs beyond our Learn to Row course. If you are a new rower, please visit our Learn to Row page, or contact us to schedule a Private Lesson with a coach.
Experienced Adult League
Tuesdays/Thursdays 7:00am - 8:30am
Saturday/Sundays 7:00am - 9:00am
This league is a co-ed, semi-competitive team for experienced adult rowers, ages 19+. The primary focus of the league is on improving fitness and technique in a fun, focused environment with skill-appropriate opportunities to race at local and regional regattas. This league is for rowers with at least 3 months of experience or prior consent from the Program Director.
NEW! Intermediate Adult League
Mondays/Wednesdays 6:30pm - 8:00pm
This league is a co-ed, recreational team for intermediate adult rowers, ages 19+. This group is tech-focused and curriculum is centered around improving comfort on the water and fine tuning each athlete's stroke in a fun and social environment. Athletes who wish to compete will have the opportunity to learn the basics of race preparation and execution in this class. This program is for rowers with at least one full Learn to Row class completed or prior consent from the Program Director.
Saturday Sculling Classes
Saturdays 5:45am - 6:45am
This class offers technique focused work in small boats. It is a great option for new rowers who would like a little more focus on the stroke before moving to the Adult League, or for experienced rowers who want to fine tune their skills.
This class is open to rowers with at least one full Learn to Row course completed.
Note: no class on October 2, 2021
Please email instructor Kent McCleary for questions.
Own your own boat?
Store it at RRC! Membership required and rack fee applies. Contact Program Director for more information!
Visiting the area and want to row?
Prior to use of the facility or rowing equipment, all Guests must:
• Pay appropriate fees per visit: guest fee $10/practice for a maximum of 2 practices
• Valid Float Test encouraged. If you do not have a valid Float Test, guests must wear a PFD at all times while rowing.
• Sign the George Pocock Rowing Foundation (GPRF) and USRowing liability waiver.
Access to singles (1x) and doubles (2x) comes with membership! You need to pass the self rescue/skills test in order to check out a boat by yourself. In addition, you must also have participated (or be currently) in coached programming for at least six months, or have approval from the Program Director.
The first priority of all members is the safety of all persons on the water and on land. The second priority of all members is the safety and maintenance of all rowing equipment. The third priority of all members is the safety and maintenance of the RRC building and its equipment. Failure to follow RRC safety policies can be grounds for suspension of member privileges or expulsion.