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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...

5 Fave Things to Do on the South Island, New Zealand

New Zealand is iconic. The density of cool destinations and wild diversity within a compact area appeals to travellers from everywhere. With the wealth of lakes, rivers and coasts, it was challenging to narrow down our rowing tour options. We finally did it, selecting Otago and...
Poems About Rowing

Poetry to soothe a travelling rower’s soul

Today is the perfect day to pull out some great rowing poetry to soothe a travelling rower’s soul. In this collection, we promise nostalgic rowing references with a father, a poem about how taxing rowing can be, a twist on an old nursery rhyme, and Ruth’s own haiku. Oh no. But...

A Stroke of Lightness

We laugh a lot on our trips, mostly when we are off the water, for safety reasons. Clearly rowers love to laugh because many of you loved our hilarious Keeping Up Appearances post on Facebook (above) in case you missed it. For those reasons, we’ve compiled what we think are a few...

An Octuple* of Rowing Sites That Will Make You Sweep, Weep or Laugh Out Loud

* an octuple is a scull rowed by 8 rowers with 2 oars, as opposed to a sweep 8. Find more information about this scull here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Octuple_scull               In the course of our work at Rowing the World, we have come...
Rowing The World - Four Rivers Ireland

Boldly Row Where No Man (or Woman) Has Rowed Before

Happy Star Trek Day, a fan day celebrated April 5th because that’s when first contact between Humans and Vulcans happened in the science fiction sensation that is Star Trek. And if puppies can have a day, why not Star Trek fans? So, in honour of Star Trek Day, or First Contact...