Shot taken at the breakfast row yesterday. Bright sun everywhere else! So weird rowing with no sight of land. Click on post header to see photo.
11 rowers turned up for a 3.45 am start . Sea was calm , sky was clear – the only problem was the eastern horizon had a bank of dark cloud which meant we didn’t see the bright sunshine until… Read moreSolstice Row
Very good rowing day yesterday – we had 2 crews of 6 rowIng to and from Longhoughton beach and an extra row later in Alnmouth Bay for our newcomers Lara and Andy. Thanks to John for organising. A pdf of… Read moreLonghoughton Row
Kate Allan of Eskmuth has kindly sent us their photos of the event where we are in the picture. I have put some of the best ones in this post and in our photo gallery: look out for the low-flying… Read moreMore Photos of the Coquet Island Row
A couple of nice photos from yesterday on the river.
The Committee has agreed it is time to discuss with and ask the members whether to go ahead and build a second skiff over the autumn/ winter of 2018/2019, with the aim of launching the new skiff in the summer… Read moreClub Proposed Build of a Second Skiff
photos of the Coquet Island day have been added
So the sea wasn’t quite as calm as initially predicted , but one crew rowed from home to the yacht club at Amble and a second crew rowed round the island . Attached is a pdf of the journey ,… Read moreCoquet Island June 4th
Dave , Rhoda and Jenny were rowing with some new potential members yesterday afternoon and encountered lots of dolphins very close by. Not quite as dramatic as the attached, but the same pod off the same coast. Click on the… Read moreAmazing Pod of Dolphins