- Published on 01 February 2010
North Berwick Rowing Club was established in 2009, with the aim of bringing traditional coastal rowing to the town of North Berwick, on the Firth of Forth.
We are taking part in the Scottish Coastal Rowing Project, which involves first building boats in the community before using them to row recreationally and in competition. The boats that we are building are to a design by Ian Oughtred called the St Ayles skiff. Four rowers power the craft from fixed seats, with a coxswain steering and co-ordinating the crew. Rowing these boats involves a commitment to teamwork and brings rewards from the team spirit generated, as well as health and fitness and involvement in a community effort.
Competitions will be held within the community and club members, male and female, will also represent the Royal Burgh of North Berwick in competition against other Scottish coastal communities.
- Published on 03 March 2014
- Published on 02 February 2014
|Race||North Station||South Station||Winner|
|Ladies Heat 1||Eskmuthe||vs||North Berwick||North Berwick|
|Ladies Heat 2||Dunbar||vs||Cockenzie & Port Seton||Dunbar|
|Mens Heat 1||North Berwick||vs||Eskmuthe||North Berwick|
|Mens Heat 2||Cockenzie & Port Seton||vs||Dunbar||Dunbar|
|Mixed Heat 1||Eskmuthe||vs||Dunbar||Dunbar|
|Mixed Heat 2||North Berwick||vs||Cockenzie & Port Seton||Cockenzie & Port Seton|
|Ladies Final||Dunbar||vs||North Berwick||North Berwick|
|Mens Final||Dunbar||vs||North Berwick||North Berwick|
|Mixed Final||Dunbar||vs||Cockenzie & Port Seton||Cockenzie & Port Seton|
|North Berwick||4 pts|
|Cockenzie & Port Seton||2 pts|
- Published on 21 January 2014
- Published on 19 January 2014