Recreational Rowing

These programs are for experienced rowers, and those that have come up through the learn to row and intermediate classes. All rowers will be expected to be comfortable rowing all 8, feathering and squaring.

Adaptive Rowing

The CT Adaptive Rowing Program (CARP) was formed in partnership with the Mount Sinai Rehabilitation Hospital in 2003. This progarm offers opportunities for people with physical limitations to experience rowing on the Connecticut River with modified equipment.

Indoor Rowing

Indoor Rowing classes are focused on the ergometer, an indoor rowing machine used to build strength, endurance and flexibility and to improve on-water technique without the variables of a boat.

Rowing Program History

Riverfront Recapture’s Community Rowing Program began over 20 years ago with two borrowed training singles.

Adult Racing Teams

Racing teams are for experienced athletes only, who will be expected to be proficient in basic rowing skills as with our recreational programs and willing to commit more fully to the training schedule and races.

Learn to Row

Interested in learning how to scull or sweep, or looking for a refresher course before joining our rec team? Get out on to the river - register today!

Summer Youth Rowing Clinics

Want your child to try a new sport? This is an excellent way to see if rowing is the sport for them and prepare them for tryouts for our team or their high-school team this fall. If your child is already rowing, our intermediate clinics will improve their technique before the season begins.