Famous for lobster suppers, potato fields to the sea and Anne of Green Gables, Prince Edward Island, affectionately known as PEI, is Canada’s smallest province. It offers a concentrated dose of delightful scenery, friendly people, wonderful food and lots of ways to have fun outdoors. Now we can add rowing to the list of vacation choices. We have packaged up a small sample of the best of PEI. We will row, we will eat well, we will visit local sites and attractions and also have time to relax and enjoy our restful surroundings. A short and sweet summer rowing holiday.
The coastal waters of PEI are our playground. There are so many options to choose from! We have narrowed it to two different experiences. Enjoy two nights in the capital and two nights at a provincial park and resort. We will launch right in downtown Charlottetown and row the harbour, seeing this historical city from the water. Then off for a little Island living, to explore the beautiful red shoreline, stroll stunning sand dunes, smell the salty air and listen to the waves washing on the multitude of beautiful beaches. Did we mention lobster?
Those of you who know your Canadian history know that Charlottetown is the birthplace of Confederation. It was here in 1867 that the Fathers of Confederation brought the idea of Canada into being. So where better to spend Canada Day, our national celebration? In 2018 the country will be 151 years old. We will bring you back into the city on Canada Day, perhaps in time to catch picnics, live music and of course fireworks. Extend your stay to head to Cavendish National Park along the shore of the Gulf of St. Lawrence. Why not pop in to see Anne of Green Gables, to round out your PEI summer fun!
Enter our Taste of PEI Rowing Contest! Win a gift box of tasty PEI treats and enjoy a pre-trip appetizer. Contest ends 31 March 2018.
Photos by Rowing PEI
Single supplement price available upon request. Non-rowers are welcome! Note that HST has already been included in the prices.
|Daily Distances||Boats||Group Size|
|10-25 km per day||Coastal coxed quads, doubles and singles||Minimum is 6, maximum 12 rowers|
Five days/four nights with three days of rowing. Note that water conditions, especially as affected by the wind, will determine the exact time and location of the rows. Safety is a priority. Thus, on some days, the actual program may vary from this description.