Masters Programs & Membership Fees
Master's Sweep and Team Rowing
Fun, fitness and competition! In rowing "Masters" means adults, ages 19 and over. 'Sweep' refers to rowing in boats in which each rower is using one oar. Our sweep team is for men and women, recreational and competitive, beginning and experienced rowers. Boats are set according to skill level and coached at that level
If the physical sport of rowing does not appeal to you, however you are interested in getting out on the water and being part of a wonderful team, we always welcome people who would like to learn the very important role of coxswain. The coxswain is the team member who steers the boat and directs the rowers.
Learn and excel with others on our family-like team
Water practices (during daylight savings time):
Sunday, 8 am to 10:30 am
Tuesday, 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Thursday, 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm
Water practices (during standard time):
Sunday, 8 am to 10:30 am
Erg Workouts (during standard time):
Membership Fees for Master's Sweep and Team Rowing:
New to rowing and want to learn how?
Summer is a great time to join.
Our summer clinics start in June and run two weeks at a time. This is the best opportunity to learn
to row with a group of other beginners just like you. Clinics run during the regular practice times.
Summer Rowing Sessions
2 weeks long
Tuesday and Thursday 5:30 - 7:30, and Saturday 8:00 - 10:30am
June 6th - 18th
July 11- 23rd
Our session's cost $100.00 (non -refundable) and you have the option of joining the team after the session is complete.
To sign up click on the link for the session you would like to join then print and fill out our membership
Please Note: You are required to be able to swim and to be able to lift approximately 30 lbs above your head. This weight represents the weight of the boat as you carry it from the boathouse to the dock.
If your want to join sooner or would like to row individually then check out the information on sculling below.
In sculling, each rower has two oars which allows for individuals to row in single-person boats, providing more flexibility and independence.
Beginning Sculling Private Lessons (by appointment only)
This course teaches boat handling skills, safety, and introduces the basics of sculling, accomplished in two 2-hour lessons, usually held on consecutive days. Successful completion of this class, based on approval of the instructor, allows the participant to become a “certified independent” rower and member of HBRA.
$50/sweep rowers learning to scull
Intermediate Advanced Private Lessons (by appointment only)
(For those looking for further instruction or an individualized training plan.)
Membership Fees for Independent Scullers:
Contact HBRA Instructors for more information or you can use the form below
Gift certificates available!
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.