Halifax Rowing Club (HRC) is located in Halifax, Nova Scotia on the beautiful Northwest Arm. The club is housed out of the historic St. Mary’s Boat Club. Rowing is part of an enduring and proud tradition in the City of Halifax and Nova Scotia. In the late 1800’s and early 1900’s, rowing races were held on the Northwest Arm, the Harbour and the Bedford Basin, with thousands participating in the tremendously popular sport. HRC hosts the annual The Cogswell/Pelham Harbour Race and Northwest Arm Regatta in September which will see its 150th running in 2017.
Halifax Rowing Club is home to the Dalhousie University Rowing Club. Dal Rowing Club is a member of the Canadian University Rowing Association (CURA) and competes in the Atlantic Rowing Championships and the Canadian University Rowing Championships every year.
The HRC is currently running programs designed for beginner, intermediate and advanced rowers interested in fun, fitness, recreation and competition. HRC also offers an adaptive rowing program for rowers with disabilities that is recognized as a para-centre for excellence by Rowing Canada Aviron.
Learn to Row: HRC offers Learn to Row programs for rowers who are new to the sport and looking for an introduction to rowing. LTR programs are offered regularly throughout the spring, summer and fall making it easy to get started rowing!
Junior: HRC offers recreational and competitive junior rowing programs for rowers starting as early as 12 years old.
University: University rowing begins when school starts in September and runs until the first week of November. The Dal Rowing Club has novice rowing for individuals who are new to rowing as well programs for more experienced rowers
Masters: It is never to late to begin rowing at Halifax Rowing Club. HRC offers recreational and competitive masters rowing programs for all levels of rowers.
Visit the Halifax Rowing Club website to learn more or register!
Contact Halifax Rowing Club
Halifax Rowing Club
PO Box 62, Central Station
Halifax, N.S. B3J 2L4