Catterline Coastal Rowing Club

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Catterline Coastal Rowing Club

Catterline Coastal Rowing ClubCatterline Coastal Rowing Club meets most Sunday afternoons from around April to October for social rowing sessions and also for practice and training when there is a regatta coming up. Very occasionally we do slightly longer expeditions such as rowing from Gourdon to Catterline. We travel to compete against other communities during the regatta season too.

Anyone who is interested in rowing is welcome to come along and join in - young or old, novice or experienced.

Notices about our weekly social rowing sessions are published on our facebook group page and also to our email list.

If you'd like to find out more, please contact us via facebook or at, or just come along to our next rowing session and introduce yourself.

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Go Rowing!

Here's your chance to get involved in one of the fastest growing healthy leisure and community-building movement in Scotland. 

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Catterline Coastal Rowing Club are keen to introduce more people to the joys of rowing our beautiful community build skiff, so we'll be running training days in May with the aim of creating safe, competent and confident rowers.

The course will run on Saturday afternoons from 4th to 25th May, and you can choose one of two sessions - either 2pm to 3.30pm, or 3.30pm to 5pm.

The course will cover;

* Basic rowing technique

* Safety and distress procedures

* Introduction to coxing

* VHF radio familiarity

* Introduction to racing

All equipment will be supplied.

Initially we will row from Stonehaven Harbour, but plan to row from Catterline and Gourdon when weather and tides permit.

The minimum age for the sessions is 18 (or 16 if accompanied in the boat by a parent or guardian). There is no upper age limit.

Rowing and its associated training can be a strenuous activity. You should therefore be in good health and have no medical or physical condition precluding heavy exercise. If there is any doubt you should first consult your doctor.

Course fee : £25.00 per head (covers all four sessions)

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Rowing Club Meeting - All Welcome

Spirit of CatterlineSpring is here and it is time to get the boat back on the water.

To kick off the season, it would be great to get together.

Therefore you are invited to come to the Creel on Sunday evening at 19:30 to discuss plans for the summer.

Hopefully we can arrange regular outings and get as many people as possible rowing.  We would love to hear what times best suit people and who would like to be involved this year.

In addition, we have received and invitation for the Catterline boat to participate in the Portsoy festival at the end of June, which involves some races against 15 other boats, across a number of categories (male/female/mixed, novice/experienced, youth/open/over 40/over 50).  If you meet any of these criteria, here's your chance to take part in a great weekend.   The Portsoy festival has lots of other boats/maritime events, a folk festival, a food hall and a ceilidh.

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Rowing Practice

The next practice will be on Sunday 20th October at 2pm at the slipway in Stoney, weather permitting.

This will be the last practice before the sprints at Loch Venachar on Saturday 26th, so we’ll try to finalise seat positions and work on coming together as one single unit of awesome rowing power.
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Rowing practice

Spirit of CatterlineThe second practice session in preparation for the Loch Venachar Freshwater Sprints will be taking place at 3pm on Saturday 12th October at Stonehaven Harbour.

All welcome.If you've not been before, please contact us for details.


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