skip navigation

Rowing for the Young and the Young at Heart!

You'll see a wide age range of our rowers enjoying this sport on the calm waters of the Cape Coral canal system!

Rowing for the young and the young-at-heart!

Registration for the 2018 season is now available!  Please go to our Join Us page for detailed information on the new registration process.

We're a community-based non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the sport of rowing to interested adults and to middle school and high school students.  We've taught over 500 local area students and adults the skills and discipline of rowing.

Adult rowers, ages 19 to ...  We refer to these rowers as Masters Crew.

  • Experienced Masters practices are held on Tuesdays & Thursdays at 6pm (5:30pm in the short winter days) and on Saturdays and Sundays at 7am.
  • Novice Masters' skills-building practices are held on Wednesdays at 6pm (5:30pm in the shorter winter days) and Sundays  at 7am.  For 2018 there will be additional practices available on Saturdays at 7am.
  • Additional practices may be held for race preparation and for sculling, and frequently there are weekday morning practices.
  • After practices we usually meet to refuel at one of the many fine local restaurants for dinner or breakfast.

Youth rowers (HS and MS Students, ages 13 to 18) which we refer to as Scholastic Crew.

  • The High School Crew practices Monday through Thursday starting at approximately 3:30 pm and Saturday at 9:00 am.
  • Middle School Crew practices are normally held on Monday and Wednesday at 3:30 pm and on Saturdays at 9:30 am.
  • All rowers in the Scholastic Crew programs receive dedicated coaching in rowing technique as well as personal fitness instruction from our staff of US Rowing certified coaches. The Scholastic Crew practices generally last about two hours. 

Getting started: Adults

If you are interested in the sport of rowing and in learning to row, we offer programs throughout the year to introduce both adults and youth to our wonderful sport.  Link to our Adult Learn To Row Program info page to read about our latest Learn To Row Programs which are held 4-5 times a year.

Getting started: High School

This program is for high school age rowers.  New rowers are accepted year round through our youth Rowing Camps and Learn To Row sessions.  The focus of the high school rowing program is on developing and refining consistently good rowing technique coupled with strength and endurance conditioning; practices are held five days per week.  Girls and boys will compete in local and regional regattas.  Parental participation is encouraged.

Getting started: Middle School

We have a program specific to middle school age rowers.  No prior rowing experience is necessary.  The focus is on developing good rowing skills but mixed in with a moderate emphasis on competition.  Practices are held three times per week.

The CCRC Mission

The Caloosa Coast Rowing Club is a community based 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the sport of rowing to middle & high school students and adults. It is our mission to provide to our members a safe and friendly environment and the training in the physical skills, teamwork and mental discipline required to become proficient rowers.  We have taught over 500 Southwest Florida adults and students the skills of rowing.  Our organization also provides all of our members the opportunity to hone their skills and demonstrate them  by competing in regional and national rowing regattas.



Caloosa Coast Rowing Club Sponsors

Interested in becoming a sponsor of Caloosa Coast Rowing Club?  Please contact us!

Sponsored by West Coast Inland Navigation District

West Coast Inland Navigation District

Visit Website

Mission

To preserve and enhance the commercial, recreational, and ecological values of waterways within the District we serve.

WCIND supports county and local governments in maintaining and enhancing:

• public navigation channels and inlets
• boating access facilities
• waterfront parks
• piers and special structures

Sponsored by Sanibel Sea School

Sanibel Sea School

Visit Website

At Sanibel Sea School our vision is a world where all people value, understand and care for the ocean. Our mission is to improve the ocean’s future, one person at a time.

Hartford Foundation

Richard and Doris Griffith have donated over $1,000 to CCRC for  improvements to our future boathouse and for fleet maintenance.

Sponsored by Sheriff's Youth Activity League

Sheriff's Youth Activity League

Visit Website

Our vision is to develop and implement youth-oriented activities by partnering with the Lee County Sheriff’s Office and others to have a positive impact in the community and the young people we serve.