LEARN TO ROW

-LEVEL 1

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AGES 11-18

*No Experience Necessary

ABOUT LEVEL 1

Beginning class. Level 1 focuses on teaching athletes about the rowing stroke and places them in our rowing barge, which provides a stable platform for them to learn sweep rowing on. Successful completion of this class or equivalent required for Learn to Row Level 2.  

  • Athletes should come prepared to take a swim test on Day 1.

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What to bring to Camp: Tennis shoes, sunscreen, water bottle (plastic), small snack (bar, fruit), hat/visor, shorts and tank/tee. 
 

Registration Steps

How to register


Step 1: Please create an account IN YOUR CAMPER’S NAME HERE (The Registration Code                                  is: n3s4b5r6)

Step 2: Complete all required fields

Step 3: Uncheck “Non-rowing Member” and select: “Child” where indicated

Step 4: Scroll through the list of options and select the session(s) that you want your camper to attend

Step 5: Complete the registration Documents

Step 6: Proceed to Payment

MORNING
SESSION

9:30-11:30am
Monday-Friday


Class Size:16

COST FOR SESSIONS

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LEARN TO ROW

-LEVEL 2

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AGES 12-18

ABOUT LEVEL 2

PREREQUISITE: Successful completion of Level 1 or have participated on the middle school team.  Level 2 focuses on the athletes expanding their knowledge of the rowing stroke and learning to row in a team boat.  

 

What to bring to CampTennis shoes, sunscreen, water bottle (plastic), sunscreen, small snack (bar, fruit), hat/visor, shorts and tank/tee. 

Registration Steps

How to register


Step 1: Please create an account IN YOUR CAMPER’S NAME HERE (The Registration Code                                  is: n3s4b5r6)

Step 2: Complete all required fields

Step 3: Uncheck “Non-rowing Member” and select: “Child” where indicated

Step 4: Scroll through the list of options and select the session(s) that you want your camper to attend

Step 5: Complete the registration Documents

Step 6: Proceed to Payment

MORNING
SESSION

9:30-11:30am
Monday-Friday

 
Class Size:16

COST FOR SESSION

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Intro to Competitive Team/Junior Rowing Team Summer Camp

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Incoming 8th-12th Graders

NSBR Junior Summer Camp

Prerequisite: Athletes who are wanting to join our school-year competitive teams AND returning athletes who have completed at least a year with the competitive High School Team.

About: The Intro to Competitive Team is for any 8th-12th graders who are serious about joining the Junior Competitive team in the Fall. Practices will be held in the morning, along side our current junior team members, and will consist of weight lifting, erging, body circuits and on water practices. 

What to bring to Camp: Tennis shoes, sunscreen, water bottle (plastic), sunscreen, small snack (bar, fruit), hat/visor, shorts and tank/tee. 

 

How to register for Intro to Competitive Rowing and Returning Juniors


Step 1: Please log into your iCrew account

Step 2: Select the 'team' you wish to join in iCrew

Step 3: Pay the fee item that appears in your account.

Introduction to Competitive Team
 
MORNING
SESSION

7:15am-9:15am
Monday-Friday
Returning Juniors Competitive Team
 
MORNING
SESSION

7:15am-9:15am
Monday-Friday

Cancellation and Refund Policy
A participant will be eligible for a 100% refund or transfer if the registration is withdrawn 30 days or more before the event start date, or participant has withdrawn due to health reasons, or the event is canceled by Newport Sea Base Rowing. If registration is withdrawn two weeks prior to the event for reasons other than health, 25% of fees paid will be non-refundable and 75% will be eligible for refund or transfer. Registrations withdrawn within two weeks of the event are not refundable, but may be transferable. If during the event, the camper withdraws for health reasons or Newport Sea Base Rowing cancels, a prorated refund or transfer will be applied. 

JUNIOR ROWING CAMPS SUMMER 2022

Enroll now!

If you have any questions please reach out to director@newportseabase.org

We look forward to seeing you on the water!

Registration Steps