LEARN-TO-SCULL

Sculling is a type of rowing where a rower uses two oars to propel themselves forward in the water. Often referred to as the more graceful of the two rowing styles, sculling is a great way to improve your current rowing or learn a new skill all together. Learn to scull will teach you the basics and get you comfortable with sculling, preparing you for the next step in your rowing journey. 

2022 Dates

Spring: No Sculling classes 

Summer Session 1: May 30 - July 9

Summer Session 2: July 11 - August 20

Fall: August 27 - October 7

EXPERIENCED Sculling

After a successful Learn-to-scull class with GRC 
Rowers will move on to the experienced class
where rowers will get to try out different sculling
boats and improve their technique, and confidence in the boat. This is a perfect supplement for sweep rowers who want to improve on technical proficiency in big boats.

2022 Dates

Spring: No Sculling Classes

Summer Session 1: May 30 - July 9

Summer Session 2: July 11 - August 20

Fall: August 27 - October 7

 

 Sculling  Boat USE

 

With the approval of the rowing director, any member can take out club sculling boats if previous notice is given, through the reservation system.

For Standard, Novice, and Gold members, each 2 hour reservation is $15 per seat (unless part of gold membership)

For Under 30 Members one season of unlimited rows (Spring, Summer 1, Summer 2) is $90, for standard members the cost is $120.