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|Competitive Junior Team||Practices are every weekday during the spring and fall seasons. The team travels to races in Maine, Massachusetts, and New Hampshire - usually 2-3 regattas per season. Consistent attendance is very important - if you miss a practice you risk leaving your teammates unable to row.||2017 Fall season.
See registration below.
|End-of-Season-3-Row Pass||Aug 14 - Sept 2||For Competitive Team, Open Sculling, and Recreational Rowing classes. This is a punch card system and is valid for the summer season. Punch cards are stored at the dock in the “On the Water Log Book” desk. Coached practices have priority for use of boats. Learn to Row participants will receive a 25% discount for their first 12-Row Pass.||$50|
|Equipment Use||May 1 - Nov 1||This fee is for those rowing on their own, without coaching. Participants must be 18 or older and must pass safety certification. Boats may be used anytime when they are not needed for coached practices.||$350|
|May 1 - Nov 1||For those rowing on their own, without coaching, but who are only around for part of the rowing season. Participants must be 18 or older and must pass safety certification. Boats may be used anytime when they are not needed for coached practices.||$100|
|Safety Certification||Schedule with coach||On water evaluation includes demonstrating your rowing proficiency and performing a capsize and self-recovery.||$15|
|Private Lesson||May 1 - Oct 31||For beginning or experienced scullers. Please contact us to coordinate times. Lessons are 90 minutes.||$100|
|Semi-Private Lesson||May 1 - Oct 31||For beginning or experienced scullers. Please contact us to coordinate times. Lessons are 90 minutes, 2-person maximum.||$150|
|Single Shell Storage||April 24 - Nov 4||Please keep your boat and oars on the rack that is assigned to you. Additionally, you must have your own equipment insurance, as your equipment is NOT covered under the Megunticook Rowing policy. Minimum age 18.||$175|
|Financial Aid:||MR has created a limited financial aid fund in order to provide partial assistance to qualified individuals. If you need assistance with program fees, please complete the online application MR Financial Aid Application, and enter SUBMIT to sent application to our Financial Aid Committee. All inquiries are kept in total confidence.
|Groups||If you have a group of friends who would like to learn together, please contact us. We will do our best to accommodate your request.|
“Not everybody wins, and certainly not everybody wins all the time.
But once you get into your boat and push off, tie into your shoes and bootstretchers, then “lean on the oars,”
you have indeed won far more than those who have never tried.” (Unknown)
Please complete both steps
If you are registering for the land-based Learn to Row Clinic ONLY, you can skip Step 1.
STEP 1: Submit your 2017 liability waiver: Click on USRowing Waiver Portal. Under the ‘Individual’ box, click ‘Join’ if you are a new USRowing member. If you already have a USRowing membership, select one of the options under ‘Members’.
When asked, the Megunticook Rowing club code is C6V3L. Please note that there is a $7.75 fee associated with this waiver.
STEP 2: Register
Select your class from the list below and add to your cart. Click on your cart to be redirected to RegattaCentral where you will complete the registration process and make your secure payment. This will reserve your spot in the program. Rowers must have USRowing registration completed, waivers signed, and the program fee paid before the start of class. For questions and inquiries, email email@example.com
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Rowing Safety: It is important to know who is on the water. Therefore, you MUST sign the “On the Water Log Book” each time you go out rowing and when you return.
Equipment: Megunticook Rowing equipment is limited and scheduled classes have priority on use.
Private Boats: boats marked “Private Boats” are NOT Megunticook Rowing equipment and can only be rowed by the boat owner.
Emergency Contact: With personal injury call 911 for assistance. To report boat or dock problems call Megunticook Rowing at 207-230- 9145.
Racks & Floats: Megunticook Rowing owns and operates the boat storage racks and floating docks. We use the landing under a license agreement from the Town of Camden. Please respect the boats, floating dock, all structures, and remain on the footpath.
The floating docks are for use by Megunticook Rowing shells and coach launch only. It is not a public access dock.