Rowing: Membership & Registration

Mark your calendar: Docks In – May 18, 9:00 a.m.

The docks will go in the water on May 18 when we will host a Boathouse Green Up Day to clean and spruce up inside and outside of the boathouse.

New this season: Covid Health and Safety Boathouse Protocols

For returning and experienced rowers: CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

If you are interested in learning to row, please go to: CLINICS AND LESSONS PAGE

Individual adult membership: $250.00 for the season

Junior Membership (age 21 and under): $75

Family Membership levels: $450.00

Novice Membership (after successful completion of novice clinic in same year): $75.00

Guest Fee (must row with a member): $15/day (maximum 5 times per season

Rack Fee: $150 per year, paid in advance. AS OF JULY 3, 2020 WE ARE OUT OF RACK SPACE.

RowBOC Membership for current members of the Putney Rowing Club: $75.00

Late season Membership (registration Aug 15th to end of season): $150.00

Membership Responsibilities

RowBOC has one of the most affordable membership rates of any club in the Northeast. We encourage our members to contribute six (6) hours of volunteer work each season. Examples of ways to contribute:

  • Docks-in and docks-out days
  • Dock repair
  • Assisting with rowing clinics
  • Boat and boathouse maintenance
  • Carpentry, painting, and electrical work
  • Website content/maintenance/social media
  • Communications, outreach, and publicity
  • Serving on Steering Committee or BOC Board
register online
Download the rowing Handbook (PDF)

All members are expected to participate in 2 boathouse green-up and work days per season

Members will:

  • Pay fees in a timely manner before rowing each season.
  • Receive the boathouse lock combination after paying the registration fee.
  • Attend OPENING and CLOSING work days each year.
  • Abide by club rules and observe boathouse and waterway etiquette.
  • Take care of club boats, report any damage to boats/oars/docks, etc.
  • Ensure the safety of yourself and all members.
  • Sign the log book each time.
  • Lock the boathouse.
  • Alert volunteer coordinators of any concerns or safety issues.