Lake Champlain Maritime Museum is a waterfront museum with classes, camps, boat building, rowing, and underwater research all committed towards building a healthy future for Lake Champlain. Exhibits and experiences connect people to our region’s history, ecology, and archaeology and create opportunities for hands-on learning that will last a lifetime. Through our work in water, on water, and underwater we inspire a new generation of leaders to shape the future for themselves and their communities.
The Rowing for Racing Club is the advanced adult rowing club at Lake Champlain Maritime Museum which meets every Tuesday evening at the Museum campus. Best suited for intermediate and experienced adult rowers of all ages (18-99+), this weekly club sets out for an aggressive 1.5 to 2 hour row each week and practice strength training, rowing techniques, and endurance. We row the museum's fleet of rowing gigs, either 6-seater pilot gigs or smaller St. Ayle's skiffs. This club is a great way to exercise, socialize, and experience the beauty of Lake Champlain, while improving our rowing skills.
By registering for a weekly row, you are committing to row with us. Please cancel in advance if you are no longer able to attend.
If you are looking for a relaxed or beginner rowing club check out our Community Rowing Club which meets every Thursday. All of our adult rowing club members are also eligible to join our adult rowing teams that compete in adult rowing races around the region.
Date & Time
Apr 27 - Oct 12, 2021
Lake Champlain Maritime Museum
4472 Basin Harbor Road, Vergennes, Vermont, 05491, United States