The Boats

We scull
All Camrowers' boats are for sculling (each person rows with 2 oars). This is the most symmetrical form of rowing and especially suited to older people. It also means that rowers can choose to row solo or in doubles or in a quad.

Boats to suit all abilities
The Club's fleet includes Virus training boats, which are especially stable and manoeuvrable for learners. We have a coxed double, a coxed quadruple, both of which are stable boats and suit those who like to row in a team and those who have difficulty turning round to look where they are going. Our mondego boats enable one rower to go out with a cox and are valuable for use in coaching and for rowers with visual disabilities.The club also has a number of "fine" boats for the expert rower - both double and single sculling boats. New additions to the club's fleet are Explorer and Swift singles and uncoxed doubles, which provide a halfway house between a stable and a "fine" boat.

We renovate and repair
Our new boathouse means we no longer have to store our boats outdoors, making it much easier to keep boats in good condition. There are, however, always repairs and improvements to be made by our skilled volunteers.
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quote - "I was thrilled to be promoted to fine boats - not as hard as it looks"