What’s your why?
Manhattan Community Rowing Club exists to grow the sport of rowing right here in the Little Apple. We want everyone to row…
What is rowing?
Rowing is an outdoor team sport for the adventurous spirit.
With skinny boats and long oars, the rowing motion is all about leverage and balance.
If you’re up for learning something new that will challenge you for the rest of your life, come join us!
Our club provides something for everyone, whether your motivation is competitive, recreational, or somewhere in between.
The primary physical benefits of rowing include increases in balance, coordination, flexibility, and core stability, in addition to the cardiovascular capacity commonly associated with our sport.
Add those physical benefits to the meditative effects of spending an hour of outdoor time on the water with consistently stunning sunset views, and you’ve got your daily endorphin fix.
Plus, learning to row is a lifelong challenge to overcome with both personal commitment and team rapport. Combining attributes of both individual and team sport experiences, becoming a rower gives you opportunities for personal accomplishments as well as social engagement.
How to join?
No Experience Necessary
Don’t worry if you have no rowing experience; Coach Grace has been teaching beginners for 15 years. She can give you a FREE lesson from which you’ll walk away with a basic knowledge of the rowing stroke.
When and Where
Spring season runs from March to May; dues are $100 for the season.
Practices are Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6:30 to 7:30 or 8pm depending on weather/location.
At the beginning of the season, we’ll be on the rowing machines at our home-away-from home:
Combative Sport Center
116 S 4th St
Whenever the weather is row-able, we’ll be on the waters of Tuttle Creek Reservoir.
Our boathouse is located at 7560 Spillway Marina Rd.
Choose a date to visit practice here: Join the Crew!
Email Coach Grace with any queries: