It may be that you have stumbled accross this page by searching “Rowing Club Scotland” or something similar having watched some inspiring rowing during the London Olympic Regatta and deciding to get some of the rowing action. Wasn’t the performance of Scottish sculler Kathryn Grainger fantastic to see?
Now, the first thing to say is that if you want to row on flat water in the sort of narrow sliding seat boats used at the olympics, then you want to get in touch with our friends at Scottish Rowing who will put you in touch with a local flat water club, and set you on the way to Rio.
At Scottish Coastal Rowing we use wider, sturdier boats with fixed seats, generally on the sea. If you like the idea of a seaside (or lochside) community club, that can build its own boats and row on the sea in entertaining conditions, you have found the right place. Have look at our contacts page on the tab above to see if there is a club in your community. If there is not one, find others in you community who are inspired, get in touch with us to find out what it is all about, build a St Ayles skiff and start something new, healthy and fantastic in your community.