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COVID 19 and Rowing The World Trips

COVID 19 and Rowing The World Trips

The novel coronavirus pandemic is a difficult time for all. Our thoughts are especially with those who have fallen ill, have lost loved ones or have had their lives deeply impacted. The global situation is fast changing and challenging, with sometimes contradictory and even false...

5 Women Rowers You Don’t Know You Want to Know

Generations of rowers came before us, blazing trail, finessing training, improving boats, and taking the sport to the next level. For women rowers, that trail was often more difficult to blaze than it was for men. The following have either smoothed the waters for women rowing...

Rowing Challenges To Try or Admire From Afar

2020 is off to an interesting start, just as 2019 ended with umph. That is from a rowing perspective, not just thinking about Brexit, coronavirus outbreaks and the US presidential elections. Recent announcements that coastal rowing will replace flatwater racing in the 2022 Youth...

PEI Rowing: Little Province Big Rowing

Prince Edward Island is Canada’s smallest province. But the Island, as people on PEI call it, consistently exceeds expectations. On the tourism front, the appeal of Anne of Green Gables, gorgeous red sand beaches and plentiful lobster suppers means that little PEI has about four...
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Inside Rowing The World: How We Select Which Rowing Trips to Run

It is question that we often get asked – how do you decide which rowing tours to run? It is timely, since we are already turning our attention to planning trips in 2021, even before we have run our first trip of 2020. Our list of rowing destinations has grown steadily over our...
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What Our Customers Say – Testimonials 2019

We listen very carefully to what our customers say. Before, during and after a tour. In the planning stages of a rowing trip, we get some fabulous ideas from rowers. During a trip, we can often do some fine-tuning and make adjustments if needed. Even though we usually have a very...

Rowers Get Into Seasonal Celebrations

So, this is Christmas, and what have we done; another year over and a new one just begun. Rowers love seasonal celebrations, whether through parades, humour or songs. Finding connections between seasonal celebrations, such as Christmas, for example, and rowing, revealed...

How to Choose the Right Type of Rowing Trip for You

Tourism boards crunch all sorts of numbers and big data in attempts to figure out why travellers choose certain types of trips. Destination is very important, but there are other factors. Some travellers want ease in every way including unpacking their suitcases only once and...

Greece’s Northern Beaches Top Destination for Rowers (and non-Rowers!)

I’m feeling giddy. We climb the crest of one big roller and careen into the trough of another. I’m here on the big, blue swells of the Aegean Ocean in Halkidiki, trying hard to pay more attention to my rowing instructor, and less to the cerulean swells of water surrounding me in...

Top 10 Rowing Club Dogs

We love dogs, especially rowing club dogs, because we have a shared love of water, rowing and clubhouses! When you row out of your club’s boathouse or if you have been to other clubs, you know that dogs can be a welcome presence for club rowers and visitors. Not only that. They...