The club is fortunate to have one of the best boathouses on the Cam boasting a boat bay, two training rooms, a bar, lounge, separate men's and women's changing facilities, toilets and showers.

Members are provided with key cards for access at any time.

The boathouse sits across the river from Midsummer Common, has great views across the water and is less than 100m from the famous Cambridge University Goldie Boathouse alongside various town and college boat clubs.

Visits from prospective members are always welcome, however it is recommended to make contact with one of the captains before visiting. They will be more than happy to show you around the boathouse.


There are three main aspects of effective land training for rowing:

On the first floor of the club is a well-lit and ventilated training room, which is equipped with 16 ergometers, free weights including Olympic bars and bench press, two watt bikes, and a stretching area.

Downstairs is a multi-gym equipped with a power rack, leg-press machine, dips & pull-up bars, and more.

The club has a weights training scheme for developing essential strength, along with different core circuits based on individual ability.

Coxes have access to a purpose made room filled with cox boxes and orbs, head sets and tool kits.


The club competes in both sculling and sweep events, and our fleet matches our commitment to these events. In the boat bays, we have eights, fours (bowloaders and sternloaders) and pairs. For sculling, we have quads, doubles and single sculls. For learn-to-row and technique improvement there is a tub and four Explorer sculling boats.


The fully equipped kitchen and bar opens after weekend outings with hot food for the hungry returning crews, thanks to the valiant effort of volunteers in the club. The bar is fully stocked and opens during our frequent social events across the year.