Sunday 12th May


River Lagan, Lockview Road, Belfast


10:00 - 13:00


£5.00 per person

Payable in cash only, this includes temporary membership and coaching for the session.

Key Points

Session 1: 10am-11.30am

Session 2 for women only: 11.30am-1pm

  • Safe & fun way to experience a new outdoor activity
  • Learn correct posture and grip, and how to use legs, body & arms to move the boat
  • Minimum age 16, maximum weight 100kg
  • You need to be confident around water and be able to swim 50 meters in clothing. We do not wear buoyancy aids

About The Event

Feel the sleek boat glide through the water underneath you, and enjoy being part of a team learning new skills. See Belfast from the river!

You will use a rowing machine inside to learn the posture and grip to be used, and the sequence of muscles used during a rowing stroke.

You will then be introduced to rowing on the water in a boat balanced by others, where you will learn to move the boat using the same sequence of muscles, as well as posture and grip.

2 sessions available, six spaces in each:

  • Session 1: 10:00 to 11:30
  • Session 2: 11:30 to 13:00 (Women only)
Try Rowing with Lagan Scullers Club

Contact Details / Booking Information

Please email name, age, mobile number for each participant, and preferred session to by 7 May and await a reply to say you are accepted. You will receive a consent form to complete and bring. Under 18s will require parental consent.

Event Organiser

Lagan Scullers Club

What's Included

During the 90 minute session you will spend 10 mins on the rowing machine, 45mins in the boat rowing, and all 90 minutes learning! Boats and equipment are provided, along with coaching.

What to Bring

No equipment needed. Wear t-shirt and leggings, not loose, and outer layers to suit the weather, and track shoes (not your best runners). Bring a kit bag with a bottle of water/diluted cordial, towel and change of clothing.


  • Minimum age 16, maximum weight 100kg.
  • You need to be confident around water and be able to swim 50 meters in clothing. We do not wear buoyancy aids.
  • Flexibility and balance will be required to succeed

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