Top 5 reasons to get a portable rowing pontoon

Portable rowing pontoons (also known as docks or temporary bridges) are one of many ways to get rowers onto the water. They act as platforms to launch off of and return to from the water. It only makes sense then that rowing clubs invest in pontoons to get the most out of their rowing, […]

Train rowing club novices: Wraptor Balance FREE club trial

THIS FREE TRIAL HAS EXPIRED

Have you heard of the number one way to save your club space and money? How do you encourage new athletes to join your club without wearing your resources thin? We’ve found the solution in the Wraptor Balance and are so confident that we’re […]

Boat Lights and Rowing in the Dark: How to Keep your Club Safe

Lights are a crucial tool for rowing in the dark. Dawn and dusk are enticing to rowers because of the water’s smoothness and the quiet when the wind drops, but rowing shells can become invisible at these times.

If you haven’t mandated lights for dusk rowing for your club’s boats yet you’re just inviting […]

In the Wake of a Storm: Safety Procedures for Rowing Clubs

Whether you're in the U.S. or another pocket of the globe, you've surely heard of the wreckage Hurricane Sandy left in its wake on the U.S. Eastern Seaboard. The event reminds rowing communities of the havoc a storm can leave around a boathouse, after it's long gone.  Our article today gives us precautionary steps to […]

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