Membership SALE Price $295
Participation in a Rocket City Youth rowing program requires you become a member and join one of our programs.
Membership fees allow Rocket City to pay basic infrastructure expenses such as facility, equipment, additional storage areas, affiliations, insurance, etc.
The youth rowing program focuses on fitness and developing skills
while also offering high performance, competitive training for our
rowers. Rowers can choose to practice on any or all of the days we
meet for just $295 for the each Fall/Winter and Spring/Summer seasons. Program fees are used to pay for coaching costs, an end-of-season banquet for the athletes, and may also be used to subsidize certain other youth
initiatives, interests, or activities.
Our rowing seasons are Fall/Winter and Spring/Summer. Joining a program pays for participation during a season, which lasts approximately 6 months. Program costs do not include racing gear or regatta expenses such as:
• Rocket City Rowing racing kit (unisuit or jersey and black rowing trou, and RCRC spirit gear)
• racing fees (regatta entry fees, team hotel, lunch and snacks on race day, and equipment transportation costs)
Summer Youth Learn-to-Row Camps
Learn the fundamentals of the ultimate team sport
- Basic sweep rowing techniques on ergometers (rowing machines) and in 8-person rowing shells
- Boat and crew terminology
- Overall physical conditioning, flexibility, and core strength
- Water safety and safe boat handling techniques
- Race Strategy
Camp Fee includes: 20 hours of instruction and exercise, camp t-shirt, snacks and lunch on Saturday, rowing through the rest of summer
Session I: TBA
Session II: TBA
$85 – $125
The costs associated with attending a regatta are not included in RCRC seasonal fees. These fees include regatta fees, boat transportation and maintenance costs, lunch and snacks during the regatta and hotel expenses when necessary to meet the regatta schedule.
Code of Conduct and AAHSA Physical forms listed below are required to be filled out on an annual basis. A Swim Test form must be provided to document successful completion of this one-time requirement. To complete the registration process these forms need to be printed, completed as required and provided to the RCRC Juniors Program Coordinator. Questions regarding these documents may be directed to the Juniors Head Coach or Juniors Program Coordinator.
A USRowing waiver must be signed annually before competing . The USRowing Registration and Waiver process can be accessed by following the link below: