Row against the best, while seeing the world.
Rowing is popular everywhere and there are limitless opportunities to travel and compete in Regattas all around the world. Challenge your crews and take in a few local sights along the way.
The UK takes rowing very seriously and competing is a tradition for some of the most prestigious schools in the country. If you’d prefer to combine your rowing tour with a European cultural experience there are plenty of other options including Germany, the Netherlands and more.
Warm-up your crews at the Marlow regatta in the UK (with a 165-year history) before participating in the Henley Royal Regatta in early July. Be part of a 220-year tradition of rowing in this great event on the River Thames.
Visit Germany or the Netherlands and combine the regatta with travel to some amazing destinations in Europe before or after your event.
There are many great landmarks to visit in Europe, including the Colosseum in Rome, Westminster Abbey in London, the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the Berlin Wall and more.
USA & CANADA
You can face crews for all ages in regattas in the United States and Canada. Organise a visit to some of the great rowing colleges like Yale, Drexel and Syracuse Universities and introduce your crews to the possibility of continuing their sport overseas in college. Or challenge your crew at the 50th Brentwood Regatta in British Columbia, Canada in April.
The USA has some fantastic destinations to visit before or after competing, including Disneyland and Universal Studios in LA, and Times Square, Central Park and the Empire State Building in New York City.
In Canada you can watch an NHL ice hockey game in Vancouver, walk around beautiful Stanley Park or catch a ferry to Vancouver Island.
Take a short trip over the Tasman Sea to a regatta in the North or South Island. Challenge your crew against the best of the Kiwi crews, participate in training camps and warm-up regattas before you compete back in Australia. A New Zealand rowing tour is a great way to focus and refresh your crew before competition season approaches.
If you prefer not to venture too far, we can organise interstate tours all over Australia. There are plenty of great opportunities for your crews to challenge themselves in regattas closer to home.