Come Row With Us.
Aramoho Whanganui Rowing Club has a number of volunteer coaches that bring through top athletes. Coaching of athletes across the various classifications i.e. Novice through to Senior is run under a coordinated schedule that is agreed upon between the athletes and the coach.
Rowing boats and oars belong to the club and these are allocated according to the rowing ability of the various crews. Some members have privately owned boats and oars and rent space at our club house.
All coaches adhere to safety protocols and teach the rules of boating on the Whanganui River.
At all times a motorboat equipped with safety devices will accompany rowers who are at the initial stages of learning how to row competently.
Structured training both on and off water varies in intensity and is designed to build team, commitment, time management and competitiveness whilst also having fun.
Are you attending Whanganui Highschool School?
High school students attending Whanganui High School (WHS) row with us at AWRC. Whether this is your first time in a rowing boat or you're an experienced rower, we have a crew for you. Click the button below to learn more about our School Rowing.
If you are graduated from
high-school and looking to row casually or competitively, you could be a Club Rower.
Every rower is classified according to ability into one of five classes: Novice, Intermediate, Club, Senior, and Premier. (Classes listed in order of increasing ability from lowest to highest). Interested in Club Rowing? Click the button below to learn more.
You could row as a Masters if you are over the age of 27.
A Masters Rower is a person who is over the age of 27 and has (a) either rowed previously or (b) learnt to row as an adult. Masters rowing can be highly competitive or undertaken for general fitness and fun. Click the button below to learn more.