Recreational Masters

For newcomers, including recent graduates from our Learn-to-Row program or those who simply want to row at their own pace, our Masters Recreational group is the perfect fit. You'll receive some valuable technical coaching and guidance to enhance your skills.

Practice times are: Monday, Wednesday, Saturday, and Sunday from 9-11 am.

On the other hand, if you're eager to advance more rapidly and have your sights set on regatta competition, you can opt for our Competitive practice times. Here, you'll not only receive technical coaching but also engage in challenging pieces at race pace. The best part? You have the flexibility to mix and match practices between these programs to fit your schedule perfectly.

Above all, our sessions are designed to be filled with fun and a sense of community. We encourage one another to push beyond our comfort zones, fostering a strong and supportive group dynamic.

The cost for up to 4 practices per week (you can pick and choose what you attend) is $149 per calendar month.

If you're interested in joining our group or have any questions, please don't hesitate to reach out to Coach Gracie at

We can't wait to welcome you with open oars! 😊🚣‍♀️


Before and after each lesson, rowers must carry their boat to and from the water. Each rower must be able to lift approx. 40 lbs overhead, as well as carry the weight on their shoulder while walking. Unfortunately if you are unable to meet this requirement, rowing is not going to be the sport for you.
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