Noosa to host the inaugural Australian Coastal Rowing and Beach Sprints Championships in August 21/22 … read more, go to NEWS.
Coastal Rowing is challenging, exciting, chaotic and unpredictable. If you row already the transition is easy. If you come new to the sport, learning is a sinch, due to the boats stability. This web site will give you an insite into the sport and provide contacts to enable you to start your journey.
Coastal Rowing is an Internationally endorsed sport by FISA, the world rowing body and is being promoted as a future Olympic discipline. Rowing Australia is planning to grow this more extreme form of rowing and to prepare crews for national and international competition.
Rowing on rough water means that coastal rowing is quite different from the flat-water style of rowing. Coastal rowers often prefer rough water which adds a whole new dimension to the sport with many coastal rowers cherishing the exhilarating aspect of rowing in sea with waves and choppy conditions plus interaction with other boats during racing. The boats come in Singles, Doubles and Quadruple Sculls.
We have bases in Brisbane, Noosa and Townsville and are keen to help you get started.