Our goal is to train self sufficient, independent rowers.
Respect the river, be positive and skilled to be safe
Whatever you are ready to learn.
It all depends on how good you want to be.
To become a rower, we don’t just pass a test and get a diploma. Rowing is a constant cycle of learning and practice. We have to show up every day.
The river changes people. It simplifies life to something that is very real, very close to simple truths in a complicated world. Learning to row means remembering to laugh a lot, to have fun and to find the simple joy and self expression in something as pure and honest as a pair of oars and a river.