HBRA is a rowing program for the youth and adults of Humboldt County. Our goal is to give everyone in area the opportunity to be a part of this great activity with a long American history. Get a chance to be outside on our fantastic bay every day in a safe environment leaning how to work as a team. Learn more about our programs using the links above.
The Juniors just finished off their season at Regional Championships making strong finishes in the Semi- finals in the men's quad and men's lightweight double. Excellent results for a team of ten competitors going up against teams of 400 competitors in the fastest region of the US. Great Showing Juniors!
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Juniors Summer Season - Starts June 5th. Find out more information on our Juniors page
Masters Summer Season - Starts June 18st. Find out how to join on our Masters page
Interested in rowing? Youth aged 12-18 can join us starting June 4th. The Summer session Season is all about learning the basic skills of rowing, making new friends and have a lot of fun getting fast on our beautiful bay. This is an excellent outdoor activity, different from all the mainstream sports. Try something new with HBRA Youth Rowing.
Come Learn to Row with Us
The 16th-annual National Learn to Row Day sponsored by USRowing and Concept2 will take place on Saturday, June 2, 2018, on Humboldt Bay Rowing Association for this fun event. Free two hour sessions will be held throughout the morning. Sign-up for one of the listed times to get in a boat. Four seats per boat are available. Must be at least 12 years old to participate.
You'll briefly learn about the sport of rowing, boat safety, proper rowing technique, and then you'll be in a boat and on the water!
Please wear close-fitting clothing in which you can move comfortably and wear layers because of our unpredictable weather. Water socks, tennis shoes, or some similar footwear is recommended and wear or bring socks. We also recommend that you bring water, a hat, sunglasses, and sunscreen.
The "big" boathouse, where the event will be held, is located between the Samoa Bridge boat ramp and the Adorni Center on Waterfront Drive in Eureka (see map). It's light brown with red trim. There are several of our older boats stored outside on the northeast side of the boathouse.
Humboldt Bay Rowing Association is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the sport of rowing for community members of all ages and abilities. HBRA is located in the Adorni Center and the HSU Boathouse on the Eureka Waterfront. Please call 707.677.3214 for further information.