A few things to know about our Learn to Row classes.
Class fee is $150 if two weekends, $230 if 3 weekends.
What to wear: Rowing has many moving parts. Appropriate rowing attire includes snug fitting cloths, so they do not get caught in the rigging.
What to bring: An extra pair of socks (they will get wet), water bottle, sunscreen and sunglasses. You may want to bring a change of clothes, lockers rooms with hot showers are available.
On the first day of class, you must pass a functional assessment to determine your physical ability to participate safely in these classes. Rowing is a physically demanding and challenging sport to learn and will place a strain on your body. The boats and equipment are designed such that are able to accommodate persons within a specified range of height, weight, and body size. In general, the body weight limit is 230 lbs. For your own safety, SDRC reserves the right to decline your participation in these classes (in which case you will receive a full refund).
Must be able to swim 50 yards in the bay.
Be prepared to take a “flip test” (self-rescue in and out of rowing shell before joining the club). Shower and changing facilities are available at the rowing club.
Fall Weekend Classes Dates Scull I Scull II Sweep Time Sept 23/24, 30/Oct 1
5 Spots Open
4 Spots Open
To become a member of the San Diego Rowing Club you must complete the Scull I & Scull II classes (or take six private lessons).To participate in the adult recreational rowing programs you must be a member and complete Sculling and Sweep Rowing classes.
2017 Beginning Adult Scull & Sweep Classes
Saturday/Sunday & Tuesday/Thursday OptionsThe sculling course introduces sculling technique, terminology, and water safety using recreational singles. Small class size ensures individual attention and rapid progression. Class minimum is 3 and is maximum 5 rowers.The sweep course introduces sweep rowing (team boat) technique, terminology, and water safety using a training barge, then moving quickly into the sleek racing shells. Class minimum: 6To register or find out more information about the classes, please contact at firstname.lastname@example.org. or call Chris at 858-488-1893.
NOVICE COACHED ROWING PROGRAM Mon, Wed, Fri 5:15 – 7:00am
In order to participate in a Competitive Coached Program you must complete at least 6 months in the Novice Coached Rowing Program.This is a year-round program with a focus on improving fitness and rowing technique in a group setting that promotes the enjoyment of the sport. This program is for rowers who:
Have completed Scull I, Scull II and Sweep I.
Want to improve rowing skills, technique and fitness.
May want to transition into the Recreational or Competitive Program.