It’s so nice to get an acknowledgement of a job well-done. That today (it’s Friday and we’re looking forward to the weekend) so I’m going to slap myself on my back and share the letter we just got from Australian Capital Territory Rowing’s Chief Executive.
Dragon boats use Connect a Dock pontoons which make us glad
Space Saver was delighted to catch these photos of Dragon Boats training on our local lake and using the Connect-A-Dock pontoons we installed.
Don’t they look great?
Three 4m x 15m pontoons were constructed and ready for anchoring in only 4 hours. The club members helped […]
The Australian Defence Force are going to Henley Royal Regatta in UK this July to take part in the centenary of the 1919 Peace Regatta.
Held after World War 1 when many troops were stationed in the UK and waiting to be shipped home after the war ended, it was a multi-nation regatta with the inaugural […]
Queensland dragon boat club, Redcliffe Dragons got a huge boost when their new electric hoist was installed by Space Saver Rowing Systems.
The club has been growing and so storing more boats becomes a problem when they are as heavy as dragon boats. Thankfully the solution was easy!
Electric boat hoist
When the club started researching now […]
The UTS Haberfield is one of our prime showcase Space Saver Rowing Systems racking installations in New South Wales, Australia. This rebuilt boat house reaches out over the water and comprises a boat shed downstairs and an elegant restaurant and club room upstairs.
Its delightful setting and modern architectural lines led Row360 Magazine to do a […]
Douglas Lumsden was the guest on the RowingChat podcast episode last month.
In the discussion with Rebecca Caroe he revealed how he first got the idea that boathouse storage was an issue for many clubs. Doug’s background in sheet metal working allowed him to fast-track the design and development of the iconic Space Saver Oar […]
Trendy modern ultra-hip concepts like mindfulness are rooted in careful mental understanding. That’s all nice to know but can it help us in rowing?
Mindfulness is described as the practice of raising awareness or paying attention to what is going on in the present moment, without judgement, and with curiosity.