Coastal Rowing – Bay of Arcachon (May 1st – May 5th.2019)

Coastal Rowing – Bay of Arcachon (May 1st – May 5th.2019)

Have you thought about a Coastal Rowing Trip lately? We have posted about Coastal Rowing a few times and received very positive feedback. Coastal and offshore rowing is a type of rowing, performed at sea. Due to the harsher conditions encountered, the boats are wider and more robust than those used on rivers and lakes. In North America, this sport is often called Open Water Rowing. Today we talk about coastal rowing for beginners and rowers who have not done this before so…

How to choose my club?

How to choose my club?

How to choose a rowing club I have been coaching a young athlete who has ambitions to row at the Olympics – one of the things we discussed what how to find the right rowing club for her to join. English: Marlow Rowing Club Boat House (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Setbacks and red herrings I was very frustrated by being asked for advice (which club to join) only to find that many people were being asked the same question. What puzzled…

France: Epernay to Paris

France: Epernay to Paris

France- From Epernay to Paris The River Marne is a river in northern France, 326 miles (525 km) long, rising 4.5 miles (7.2 km) south of Langres on the Langres Plateau. Flowing north-northwest in a wide valley past Chaumont and Saint-Dizier, it then turns west before veering northwest to skirt Vitryl-François and Châlons-sur-Marne; it then flows west to Épernay, where it crosses undulating wine-growing country. After flowing through Château-Thierry, it meanders through grain-growing lands and passes La Ferté-sous Jouarre and…