It’s easy to get started as an HRA Masters Rower!
The Masters rowing program at HRA is constructed to meet the varied needs of its members under one umbrella. We offer more intensive training for rowers who want to compete at the local, regional or national level and less-stressful workouts for those who want to row for recreation. HRA also offers a novice rowing program for individuals just coming out of an introduction to rowing class or for rowers returning to the sport after a lengthy absence.
MASTERS MEMBERSHIP: $600 annual membership. Anyone 21 years of age or older may participate as a Masters Rower.
FAMILY MEMBERSHIP: $325 annual membership dues for each additional Masters Rower living at the same physical address (first Masters Rower @ $600; additional Masters Rowers residing at the same address $325 each)
MONTHLY MEMBERSHIP: $100 per month, up to five months maximum.
ANNUAL STORAGE FEES: $200 per single; $250 per double. Members may store a rowing shell provided space is available. HRA is not responsible for any personal boats or belongings on premises. Storage is at the owner’s own risk and offered on a space-available basis only.
SUPPORTING MEMBER: Anyone can be a supporting member! Supporting members are kept up-to-date on boathouse happenings but do not have rowing privileges. Supporting members pay a nominal annual fee (noted on membership form). To keep expenses down, Supporting Members are asked to pay annual fees by check (payable to HRA). Thank you!
Practice Session Times for HRA Masters Rowers (subject to change):
Monday & Friday – Intermediate/Advanced Rowers competing in upcoming regattas: 5:30 – 7:30 AM
Tuesday & Thursday – All masters rowers regardless of rowing ability (Novice, Intermediate, Advanced): 5:30 – 7:30 AM.
Saturday – All masters rowers. (Novice, Intermediate, Advanced): 6:30 – 8:30 AM.