The mission of Rowing on Whidbey is to introduce, provide access to, and coach sweep rowing and sculling to the youth of the community and adult rowers. In pursuit of its mission, the club strives to support participants in the attainment of their rowing goals, from recreation to the highest level of competition.
Our coaches have experience at many levels and are as eager to teach people how to row as they are to train teams for regional competitions.
Sunrises and sunsets at the Harbor from the water are not to be missed. Curious harbor seals swim close to watch, and eagles do fly-bys.
We are taking donations to assist us in obtaining safety equipment for the youth to row with in Fall 2022. We need a cox boxes for the 8's and 4's. Donations accepted! Email for a sponsorship flyer.
The boathouse is located at Beeksma Road just west of Windjammer Park. Boats are launching off the Windjammer Beach boat ramp.
We have two 8+'s, four 4+'s, two 2x; two 1x; a wherry 4+; and two wherry 2x. These are sweep (+) and sculling (x) boats.
Rowing is known as the best full body workout.
Volunteers needed to get boats ready for the water.
Open rowing is currently offered!
Learn to Row class starts August 18.
Email for details of how to help and for class information.
See How to Register section to sign up!
When can you get your youth involved?
We are planning on starting the youth program in Fall 2022. Please email for details.
Do I need experience?
NO! Beginners, youth, masters, and experienced all welcome.
We will be having Learn to Row classes that will teach you all you need to know.
Do I need my own boat?
No! We have boats, oars, everything you need to row.
See the How to Register tab or email for details to join!
Learn to Row for beginner rowers and anyone wanting a refresher. Both sweep and sculling will be taught. No experience required.
Open row for those who know how to row. Novices are welcome to come watch!!
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