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Lowell Community Rowing - Learn To Row with the MRRA

Sweep Rowing for you and a friend


Per Person. 4 weeks, 8 sessions.

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The MRRA can teach you to row!

Our two popular Learn to Scull and Learn To Sweep programs start in June, are very affordable, and introducte you to the sport of rowing. No prior experience is required, but good fitness is expected.

If you want to row in the bigger boats (fours and eights) in a team-oriented environment, visit our Learn to Sweep web page for more information. If the smaller boats (singles and doubles) are more your style, visit the Learn to Scull page for details. Not sure which you might prefer? Come visit with us on Saturday June 4th at 9:00am for our USRowing National Learn To Row Day event. We'll have our boats and members out in force to let you see first hand what the sport is all about.

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MRRA Membership

To row with the MRRA, you must be a member of the Club. The only exception to this rule is for certain community access programs such as the popular Learn-To-Row programs which affords the general public opportunities to learn the basics of sculling and sweep rowing without a commitment to an MRRA membership. Prior rowing experience is expected for all programs below, except where noted. If you are looking to learn how to row, please visit the Learn To Scull and Learn To Row Sweep web pages to learn about programs designed for those without any prior rowing experience.

Student Memberships: Restrictions apply: Must be full-time student, age 18 - 24.  Rowing season is restricted to June 1 through August 31;  Student Members may not row Class A boats; Hours for sculling are restricted to after 9am any day.

  Standard Student

MRRA Membership

Per Individual, no discount for additional family members. Significant paperwork is required before your membership is accepted and approved. A Swim Certificate is also required if the member wishes to participate in any on-water programs.

ADD FAMILY MEMBER (living at same address). Same rowing privilege as primary member




$ 150



  Standard Student

Logbook Sculler

Standard price is per Family; Student price is per Individual. All family members must be a MRRA Standard Member. Must pass the Captain's Test.
$250 $125

Add Rack Space option to Logbook Sculler

Rack Space is not guaranteed. Check with the MRRA This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it to add your name to the waiting list.
$350 $350





Open Sweep

Open Sweep, Full Season $250 $125
See the Open Sweep web page for Details and Schedule.  
Pricing is per Individual. Team-based atmosphere, 1-3 sweep practices/week, coaching additional charge; full rowing season. Minimum experience level is the equivalent of 1-2 years of collegiate rowing experience.  Regatta fees and travel costs are NOT included.  

Masters Sweep

Masters Sweep I (May-Jul, 22 sessions) $325 $325
Masters Sweep II (Aug-Oct, 22 sessions) $325 $325
See the Masters Sweep web page for Details and Schedule.  
Masters Sweep is per Individual. Masters Sweep is a team-based atmosphere designed for possible fall racing. 2 sweep practices per week. Sculling or prior sweep experience is expected.  

Off-Peak Sculling

Off-Peak Sculling, Full Season $ 150 $150
For sweep rowers who also scull, add this option to guarantee you can row a boat on those nights when the sweep numbers don't quite add up. Off-peak sculling let's you row a 1x, 2x or 4x anytime after 9am.  



Last Updated on Monday, 10 April 2017 21:30