Join us to kick off another great season of rowing! We have all types of boats available to try, look at, or photograph. Beginner clinics, coaching tips, and registration for summer programs are available. Please join us on Fernandes Bog Beach, on Long Pond, in Harwich. Refreshments will be served. Families, students, and adults welcome--this is for all ages!
CIRA is sponsoring the 1st Annual Cranberry Sprints on Sunday, September 17, Fernandes Bog Beach on Long Pond, Long Pond Dr, Harwich. Final registration and payment at 7:30. Racing/Fun Rows begin at 8:00. Open to all rowers: Youth, Alumni, Masters, Individuals. Stake racing, 500 meters, running starts only. We'll supply the boats. Just come for the fun. $20 entrance fee provides for multiple races and refreshments. (For $30, you get a cool event hat too!)
Singles, Doubles, quads, eights, even an octuple.
Also introducing "deadweight" races (a ride for non-rowers).
Awards will be given.
Please pre-register (pay at the pond). Click below to send an email, write "Registration" in the subject line, and give your name and event(s) you would like to enter. REGISTER HERE
Save the date for the 2017 Provincetown Coastal Rowing Regatta!
When: June 10th, 2017
Where: Provincetown, Mass. Check-In, Awards Ceremony & Post Race Party at Surfside Hotel & Suites (543 Commercial Street)
The events features 1x, 2x and 4x races. Also returning in 2017 is the popular Mini Triathlon (Swim 150m, Run 600m and Row/Paddle or Kayak 1000m). New for 2017 are standup paddleboard and kayak racing!
For more information on the event or to register for the regatta visit the event page on Regatta Central
Provincetown, Mass. – The Town of Provincetown will be the site of the 2016 Provincetown Coastal Rowing Regatta, June 4, 2016.
Check Regatta Central for details: Provincetown Regatta
“We are excited about hosting this growing sporting event,” Tony Fuccillo, Provincetown Director of Tourism, said. “Rowing competitions often take place on the West Coast, and this event will now be the first of its kind in Northeast. We believe it will be a huge success and will encourage the Regatta to return in future years.”
Provincetown, known as “America’s First Destination,” where the Pilgrims first landed in 1620, has the open waters of the harbor and bay for the required distance of 8K. The town has the East-end harbor sandy beaches to launch and finish, access to the beach for athletes and spectators, a skilled harbormaster, a local yacht club, a youth sailing and rowing club, a US Coast Guard Station, a USRowing-affiliated regional club in Orleans, and many restaurants and accommodations within walking distance.
Cape and Islands Rowing Association (CIRA) will host an informational Open House for its summer Learn to Row programs on Sunday, May 8, from 11 AM to 1 PM.
It will be held at Fernandes Bog Beach, Long Pond, Long Pong Rd., Harwich, in conjunction with Cape Cod Youth Rowing's first home regatta. Crews from Row Boston and Worcester Public Schools will also be competing.
Youth ages 12-18 and adults are eligible for the Learn to Row programs.
(Click on NEWS to see Learn to Row summer schedule).
Come join CIRA to hear Carol Lyall of the Cotuit Rowing Club tell her tales about rowing all over the world. Enjoy her stories about the people, the traditions, the equipment, the venues, the landscapes and the humor...lots of humor.
Date: April 9, 2016 Time: 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM
Place: Cotuit Library
Address: 871 Main Street, Cotuit, MA
Refreshments will be served. Donations accepted.