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The Maine Sculling Group

Woman rowing a single on blue waterWoman rowing a single scull.
Woman sculling on blue water with orange blades.

Welcome to The Maine Sculling Group!  

2017 Calendar of Events
* indicates a Maine Rowing Association race

Row to South Freeport Harbor and Back
Sun, July 8, 8:30-10:30 am
Meet where the Cousins/Royal River join, Freeport/Yarmouth

Breakfast/Brunch to follow at Freeport Cafe

Kennebec Row 5K
Sat July 15, Skowhegan, Maine

* Maine State Championships / Cow Island Classic
Sat Aug 5, MCRA, Brunswick, Maine

2017 Masters National Championships
Thurs - Sat, Aug 17-20, Melton Hill Lake, Oak Ridge, Tenn

The Megunticook Regatta
Sun Sept 10, Camden, Maine

 The Head of the 'Scog
Sunday, Sept 17, Greene, Maine

The 2017 Head of the Charles Regatta
October 21-22, 2017, Boston/Cambridge

We are an informal collection of passionate scullers that get together for casual rows, social rows, training
rows, a few races and the occasional coached clinic. Scullers of all ages and abilities are welcome.  

The group was the formed in the spring of 2016 by Holly Steele and Chris Coughlan and is sponsored by (Get a free swag bag when you join!)

The idea started as just a way for a small group of independent-minded scullers to get together to row, train
and race. We also wanted to travel to different venues without having to join multiple clubs so we came up
with this traveling group concept. (it is still in development so bear with us!) 

If you'd like to be a part of this fun group of enthusiastic scullers, click here and add yourself to our mailing list. (no spam, we promise).

There are no membership requirements, no fees or other costs involved, except for the occasional - and optional - coached clinics or post row breakfast/cocktails.

All we ask is that you have a current USRowing waiver on file, bring your own boat (or a borrowed hull), your oars, a set of slings, a PFD, a water bottle, a positive attitude and a sense of humor! 

We take our sculling seriously...but not ourselves. 

And last but not least, while out on our rows, we always take some time to appreciate the awe-inspiring
nature around us, the transcendant beauty of Maine and appreciate how truly lucky we are to row here.
Just so you know.

See you on the water!
Chris & Holly