Tay Rowing Club
To make the Tay a major centre for the sport of Rowing
Tay Rowing Club is a new Tay based community Rowing club which aims ‘To make the Tay a major centre for the sport of Rowing‘. Our focus is to provide a welcoming environment and opportunities for people new to rowing, as well as those with previous experience in either sweep rowing or sculling.
We row from modest facilities on the south bank of the River Tay downstream of the Friarton Bridge. The wide sheltered waters offer huge potential for the development of the sport in the local area, and we offer both competition training as well as casual rowing sessions.
With support from the National Lottery, Awards for All, our first club boat purchased was a new C-class quad. Since then, our fleet has expanded and we aim to provide club members access to boats of all classifications. Plans are currently being developed to help us reach our goals of establishing a flourishing and dynamic club on the Tay near Perth.
Club members cross from across Tayside, Fife and even Edinburgh, and we currently run at least one club session a week.
Do you want to learn to row? Could you commit 5 days in July 2019 (dates to be confirmed)? Tay Rowing Club are checking interest levels for running a 5 day intensive course this summer. If you’re keen and would like to find out more, please complete our contact form and select ‘Learn to Row Read more about Learn to Row – 5 Day Intensive[…]
Just a couple of days to go now until we attempt to row the length of the River Tay, all 188km, on our rowing machines. We will be rowing from 12pm – 6pm (Saturday 11th May 2019) at the Perth Beer Festival which is being run by Perth Rugby Club on the North Inch. Why Read more about Row the length of the Tay Fundraiser[…]
Perth Beer Festival – Tay Rowing Club Rowing the length of the Tay! Saturday 11th May. Join us at North Inch Park, Perth in conjunction with Perth Rugby Club’s amazing Beer & Gin Festival, Tay Rowing Club members will be taking on a challenge to raise funds for the club. The challenge; to row (on Read more about Tay Rowing Club Challenge – 11th May 2019[…]
This year will see Tay Rowing Club having 2 club evenings each week; Tuesday and Thursday in addition to weekend morning rowing on both Saturday and Sunday giving everyone more opportunity to get out on the water! Our first evening for this year was Tuesday 2nd April and was also the training night for the Read more about Beautiful start to 2019 evening rowing![…]
Saturday 30th March was the first day at Tay Rowing Club HQ for our 2 new Learn to Row crews. The 8 were put through their paces over the course of the day by coaches Hazel & Tim, ably supported by some of the regular members. After initial introductions, the day started with a demonstration Read more about New Learn to Row crews – Spring 2019[…]
Members of Tay Rowing Club headed down to Chester at the weekend to compete in the North of England Head, 23rd March 2019. The last of the Head races for the winter, three TRC crews took part over the course of the day. Everyone was made very welcome by the hosts from REX rowing club Read more about North of England Head – Royal Chester Rowing Club[…]
Tay Rowing Club headed to Aberdeen on Saturday 9th March to compete in the Aderdeen 8’s Head. With two entries; an Open Masters 8 in Division 1 made up of a mixed TRC crew, and a Women’s Masters 8 in Division 2 made up of 6 TRC rowers and 2 from St Andrew Boat Club Read more about Aberdeen 8’s Head[…]
Members of Tay Rowing Club headed up to Inverness at the weekend for the JBT 2019 Winter Head Weekend. Taking part in 3 races, the crews put in the hard work to come away with a win! Among the winning crew were Kevin and Theresa who joined the TRC Learn to Row programme in March Read more about TRC bag a win at Inverness![…]
Although we try and get out on the water as much as possible, there’s occasions where a bit of teamwork is needed to set up the boats and give them a little TLC. If you’d like to find out more about joining Tay Rowing Club, whether you’re an experienced rower or it’s just something you’ve Read more about Setting up the boats…[…]
2018 was a busy year for Tay Rowing Club including some firsts for the club. The year started with a medal (the first achieved by the club) at the Inverness Winter Head. For a relatively new club just building up its membership, this really was a fantastic achievement! We’ve run several Learn to Row Read more about TRC Highlights of 2018[…]