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WHEN: July TBA
LOCATION: Mariooch Studio
Who we are:
The Sarasota County Rowing Club (SCRC) promotes the sport of rowing for woman and men over the age of 18. SCRC has over a 100 members who currently range in ages from 26 to 82 and participate in both sculling and/or sweep rowing, both competitively and recreationally. We offer Learn to Row Classes (LTR) during the year as an introduction to rowing and LTR is a great chance to try out the sport and see if rowing is for you!
Our club is active on the water 365 days a year (weather permitting) and the majority of our rowers get their workouts in during morning hours, some as early as 5:15 a.m. We also have groups who have enjoyed many gorgeuous sunset rows.
We launch off of the Historic Blackburn Point, on the beautiful Intercoastal Waterway at 800 Blackburn Point Road in Osprey, Florida map
GUESTS with a high degree of rowing experience wishing to row with SCRC for a day must contact the membership director before signing up. NO guest is permitted to row until registration/waiver is completed. Thank you!
Please remember to lock ALL the gates and sheds before leaving for the water or your car. Security is all members responsibility, so please take the time to check things are locked up!! Thanks!!!!!
Place yourself on the LTR wait list by registering (click the red bar below). You'll be notified by email when the next class is scheduled. The date will also be announced on the website.
Don't have a subscription or want to look at back issues? No problem, there is a box full of recycled Rowing Magazine's in the SCRC shed. Feel free to borrow an issue and bring it back when your done! Donations gladly accepted from anyone finished with an issue, simply add it to the recycle box!! Enjoy!
photo by Diane Norman
The life of a rower
The board adopted a new rule at the Oct. Meeting. No club boats are permitted to use the cut (off the east side of dock) to access the ICW due to underwater hazards that have damaged equipment. Thank you for your understanding and compliance, please help spread the word.
the cut is shown with a red line blocking it
Bald Eagles Wishing They Could Row! Photo Credit - Betsy Mitchell 10/4/16
Just another typical morning rowing in Paradise! photo- Diane Norman