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Navesink River Rowing

Providing public access to rowing and the river since 1983

KNOW BEFORE YOU ROW

WEATHER

ALERTS

FIND US AT THE NORTHERN END OF MAPLE AVENUE IN RED BANK, NJ, ON THE RIVER SIDE OF THE

OCEANFIRST BUILDING (110 WEST FRONT STREET)


ROWING NEWS

Congratulations to Austin Treubert, who currently rows for Navy (and who rowed for NRR while a student at MAST)!  A member of USRowing's U23 team, he won the silver medal in the World Championships in Bulgaria in the mens' LW 4- on Sunday, July 23.  See the full results here.

GUEST ROWING POLICY

Our NRR policy is to allow out-of-town rowers visiting our area to use our boats on a short-term basis without charging them a fee.  We only require that you first connect with a staff or board member who will show you around our site and have you sign a waiver.  Email us for more information about our club and/or to contact a staff or board member. You can locate directions to our site and links to our board members' email addresses on our "Contact Us" page.

YOUTH PROGRAM INFO - FALL 2017

Download the 2017 fall program factsheet.
Download the 2017 NRR Youth Competitive Rowing Manual.  Read it carefully (parents and rowers).  Complete and sign the final page of the document, and bring it with you to the first practice session of the new season.

MEMBERSHIPS AND PROGRAMS

As of July 29, 2017, registration is no longer available for any of our programs. 

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE EMAIL.

PROPERLY RIGGING A SINGLE

Here is a good article to help us rig our singles properly so that we enjoy our on-water sessions even more: "Rigging Your Single Scull" 

BOAT CARE REMINDER

It is important to wash our boats every time they are used. The brackish water of the Navesink is particularly hard on our boats. Not only does washing make a boat look better, but also such care will help extend its life.  A few guidelines:

  • Wash your boat on boat stretchers, not on the boat racks. Racked boats tend to get only the outward-facing side washed well and some surfaces may not get touched at all.
  • Rinse off the mud and sand before using a sponge and soap. This removes particles that would otherwise scratch the finish. Then use a sponge and soapy water to clean the boat, followed by a final rinse. If needed, environment-friendly soap is stored in the shed and a little in the bucket goes a long way.
  • Be sure to rinse out the cockpit and boat shoes. Likewise, clean the seat tracks of sand to extend the life of the seat wheels. If your boat has a self-bailer (such as the Maas 24 I-boats), rinse it as well.  Dirty self-bailers will leak.  To prevent corrosion, rinse the oarlocks to remove any salt water that may have gotten around the pins.
  • Don’t forget to wash the oars. Hose them down from handle to blade.

IMPORTANT REMINDERS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS


DOWNLOAD OUR 2017 CALENDAR.

ADULTS AND YOUTH: DOWNLOAD AND REVIEW THE REVISED BOAT-USE POLICY.

ADULT MEMBERS: FOR INFORMATION ON THE 2017 SEASON (REGISTRATION, EVENTS CALENDAR, AND GENERAL INFORMATION), CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE SEASON PACKET.


REGISTRATION FOR MEMBERSHIPS, CLASSES, AND EVENTS WILL TAKE PLACE ONLINE THROUGH REGATTA CENTRAL.  ACCESS INSTRUCTIONS ON THE REGISTRATION PROCESS HERE.  A LINK TO REGATTA CENTRAL IS LOCATED ON THIS PAGE IN THE BOX LABELED "MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION."  WHEN YOU SELECT YOUR PROGRAM, YOU WILL BE TAKEN TO REGATTA CENTRAL TO COMPLETE THE PROCESS. 

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, EMAIL US.
YOUTH INTERESTED IN ROWING WITH NRR THIS SEASON: CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE 2017 INFORMATION PACKET.  WITHIN THIS DOCUMENT ARE PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS, REGISTRATION INFORMATION, SCHEDULES OF EVENTS,  AND GENERAL INFORMATION.

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, EMAIL US.

IT NEVER HURTS TO REVIEW THE BASICS OF OUR SPORT.  IF YOU LOST YOUR COPY OF "A BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO THE JOY OF SCULLING," YOU CAN DOWNLOAD A PDF VERSION OF THAT PUBLICATION HERE.

NAVESINK RIVER ROWING

Navesink River Rowing is a non-profit organization providing public access to rowing opportunities and sculling instruction on the Navesink River. From a site at the end of Maple Avenue in Red Bank, NJ, we


MEMBERSHIP INFORMATION

Join us for the pleasure, the challenge, the exhilaration, the workout and the camraderie of rowing on the Navesink River.

We have membership options for experienced rowers and  relative newcomers, college students, private boat owners, even non-rowers who want to support what we do.



Memberships include a 10-hour 
service requirement. 

SELECT YOUR MEMBERSHIP CATEGORY BELOW AND COMPLETE YOUR REGISTRATION THROUGH REGATTA CENTRAL.  CLICKING ON A MEMBERSHIP OPTION WILL ALLOW YOU TO SEE A DESCRIPTION OF WHAT THAT MEMBERSHIP INCLUDES.  IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, EMAIL US.


NRR BOARD MEETING PROCEDURES

The NRR board welcomes input from our members. If you would like to present an idea or have an issue for Board discussion, simply email President Kay Vilardi (kvilardi@verizon.net) and you will be put on the agenda for the latter part of the monthly meeting.

We meet the first Thursday of each month.  Due to the sensitivity of certain issues discussed in our meetings, we respectfully request that non-board members arrive at 7:45 p.m. so that their issues receive the board's undivided attention.

NRR-BRANDED APPAREL

Navesink River Rowing has a team store at Sew Sporty.  To purchase unisuits, tank tops, rowing trou, duffel bags, cinch sacks, and related items, go to http://www.power10sports.com.  Select "Navesink River Rowing" from the list of teams and enter "NRR" as the password.  If you have any questions or wish to request new items for the store, email us at nrrinfo30@gmail.com. Happy shopping!

YOUTH RACING TEAM MEMBERS

You have the option of ordering a different design through NRR's store at Boathouse Sports.  An email with this link to the store was sent to you in early April, and the store will be open through April 26, 2017.  Please note that Boathouse Sports requires a minimum order for each item.  If the minimum is not met for an item you order, you will not receive that item.  (Of course, you will not be charged, either.)

ADULT BEGINNER LESSONS


Let us introduce you to the fun and fundamentals of sculling

Our learn-to-row program involves four professionally coached, small group lessons for women and men 18 and older. It teaches the basics of sculling in a single, sliding seat rowing shell.

MASTERS RACING

As a member of NRR you can row for fun, for fitness, and/or for the achievement other personal goals. You can also use NRR boats, facilities and coaching resources to train for and compete in regional and national regattas. Contact Linda Ensor at linda.ensor@gmail. com or nrrinfo30@gmail.com if you are interested in competing in any regattas.

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CURRENT RIVER AND WEATHER INFO

Check these sites for current conditions on the Navesink River.

 Oceanic Bridge weather station:  http://www.njweather.org/station/3424

 Monmouth Boat Club:
 http://www.weatherlink.com/user/monmouthboatclub

 Tide tables for the Navesink River at  Red Bank (NOAA site): 

https://tidesandcurrents.noaa.gov/noaatidepredictions/viewDailyPredictions.jsp

Upcoming events

No events available

NRR is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, tax-exempt organization. All donations are tax-deductible to the full extent allowable by law.

We are also recognized as a charitable organization by the NJ Division of Community Affairs, Office of Consumer Protection, Charities Registration.


Please check back for updates
or ask to be added to our communications list
nrrinfo30@gmail.com

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Navesink River Rowing
Find us in Red Bank, NJ (Monmouth Co.)

nrrinfo30@gmail.com

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 6153, Fair Haven, NJ 07704

NRR is a 501 (c) (3) non profit organization

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