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  • 1 Jun 2016 2:30 PM | Anonymous member

    On May 14th, 2016, Jericho Sailing Centre hosted it’s Annual Open House.  The weather was perfect, member clubs, their members, JSCA staff and volunteers were all there in fine form to highlight all she had to offer.

    And so were we!  Thank you to everyone who came to help, promoted, lifted, oared, and sipped to support SSCRC!   Thank you!



    JSCA Open House and SSCRC Guest trials!


  • 10 Apr 2016 4:16 PM | Anonymous member



    Curious about the sport of Coastal Rowing? Want to try out those bigger boats built for bigger waves? Then come and play with us in our first ever Open House at the Salish Sea Coastal Rowing Club.

    Details;

    Saturday May 14th 2016

    1pm-3pm

    at the Jericho Sailing Centre, 1300 Discovery St.

    We will be waiting for you near the rental hut at the east end of the compound. We will be wearing orange and happy smiles. look for our club flag.

    About the day:

    This event is available only for adults (18+) who already know how to row and can swim.

    Come dressed to row, with shoes to wear in the boat. It is a wet launch. If you have a pfd, then bring it, if not we will loan you one.

    You might want to bring a change of clothes so that you can clean up and enjoy a cold beverage on our patio. bring sun gear.

    To reserve your seat, send us an email. Limited space available.

    Come Coastal with us!


  • 11 Mar 2016 4:19 PM | Anonymous member

    We had a blast rowing to False Creek and showing off the Bella Bella quad to our fellow rowers at the Head of the Creek regatta. The coastal quad is a bigger boat than the racing shells at the regatta, but can easily handle the big winds and waves that kicked up that day, causing havoc for some, and fun for the our crew!





    Sometimes the water is a little deeper than you expect right Carol?



    Our big blue flag tells you that Salish Sea rowers are nearby playing with the sea.



    We wear the Salish Sea orange for pride and visibility.

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