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ADVANCE NOTICE of a Welsh Coastal Rowing Regatta - Sculling boats only
Saturday 15th June 2024
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Welcome to Aberdyfi Rowing Club. 
We hope that you will enjoy rowing as much as we do.  If you haven't rowed before (or maybe even if you have) there is quite a bit to get used to and we hope this introduction will help you find your feet in the club.
What is Coastal Rowing?

Very simply - for us it’s rowing in the Dyfi Estuary and Cardigan Bay to have fun, to keep fit and, for many of us, to take part in races all round the coast of Wales.

What boats do you row?

We row 24’ long Celtic longboats, with four rowers (each with one oar) and a cox. We have three of these traditional Welsh boats with fixed seats and we use these for races around the coast of Wales.
As well as the longboats, we also row a smaller Teifi Skiff, with 2 rowers and a cox. This also has fixed seats but each rower has 2 oars. Lastly we also have French-designed sliding seat boats called Yoles (1xsingle & 1 double) although both are currently being repaired. We also this year (2021) have aquired 1 new single Swift racing boat and a single Lite boat. The Swift is the same as is used for international racing events . The Liteboat is similar but much more stable & is more suited to beginners who wish to learn to scull.
How often do you row?

We row the single and double Yoles whenever we can - and that only depends on the weather. It takes bit of organisation to get a crew of four and a cox together, so we row the Celtics on specific evenings and at weekends throughout the summer, and just at weekends in the winter. (See later for times).

Don’t you have to be very fit?

You have to be reasonably fit to row even for fun but rowing itself gets you fit - and keeps you that way. 

Club rowing times – summer

 10 am on Saturday mornings Club Rowing for everyone including beginners. Come along to this session if it is your first time at rowing.
Club rowing for all during the summer season on Wednesday evenings from 5.30pm.
Social rowing on Friday evenings from 5.30pm
Other rowing sessions during the week for club members by arrangement.
Additional Club Rowing during the week by arrangement with the Club Captains.

Saturday morning rowing organised by Duty Members on the Duty Rota - The Duty member will decide if conditions are suitable for rowing. ( all members are expected to take their part on the Duty Rota.)
If the number of members turning up for Club Rowing leads to full plus incomplete crews, rows will be around 20 minutes long and boats first out will come back to swap crews.

Any time after initial induction

Organised by Duty Members on Sat and by individuals at other times.

Club rowing times - winter

Sat 10.00 am Club Rowing for all organised by Duty Members when conditions allow.
To view and purchase official performance kit please visit our Godfrey Clothing club page. 
Welsh Sea Rowing have agreed terms with a new Apparel Provider -"Vinylize Printing & Embroidery" of Barry, S.Wales , however still waiting for brochure & contact details .
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