- Published on 01 February 2010
We are a rowing club involved in recreational and competitive rowing. We are a member of the Scottish Coastal Rowing Association which has grown rapidly since 2010 with many clubs around Scotland. Most of our rowing is done in the St Ayles Skiff which is a seaworthy, clinker built (using modern construction methods), fixed seat rowing boat, for four rowers and a cox. We have three of these which were built, and are maintained by, members of the club (we are always looking for people to help maintain the boats if woodwork is more your thing than rowing!).
The club offers regular training sessions, for those interested in competitive rowing, as well as social/recreational rowing for those who would prefer a gentler time on the water.
- Published on 20 March 2017
Junior rowing starts Monday 27th March 5:45pm-7:00pm. Junior rowing this year will be Monday evenings. For the first time we will be having a series of regattas only open to juniors, so there will be opportunities to pit ourselves against other clubs.
Open to all North Berwick young people aged 14-18, no experience necessary and no special equipment required.
- Published on 22 January 2017
Just because it's January doesn't mean we can't get out, regular outings available to all NBRC members are available every Saturday 9:00am if you want a training workout, or 10:00am if you want a more leisurely recreational row. Just stick your name down here before the preceding Thursday.
Can't guarantee it'll always be this calm though
- Published on 22 December 2016
The second NBRC festive ergo relay took place last night, bigger and better than last year. We had 20 members, with an even mix of men and ladies, (later on the men divided into half man half beer, but that's another story) take part in a harem scarem relay race. 4 teams of 5 people doing intervals of 250m, teamwork is key to be successful at this as you have to minimise time lost in the changeover. This years winners were Tracy Ramage, Jo Drewitt, Duncan Mackay, Clive Drewitt and Rob Harley....this feels like it's now an annual thing....
We have an on the water event coming up on Hogmanay 10:00am-12:00pm, which is a fun pursuit race, still a few seats available if any NBRC members want to take part, stick your name down here