Monthly Archives: January 2016
The Ariel Boat Club was chartered in 1864 and from that date was a viable, well-known, respected, and for some one of the most successful boat clubs in the country. A 1866 article in Harpers Weekly covered “The Baltimore Regatta” … Continue reading
Sick of the snow? Click the picture below for some warm visuals. Just look at the water!!! https://youtu.be/RQxulLCe_rc
This winter, rowers from Baltimore Rowing Club’s Youth Program will share their views of the sport of rowing, training, coaching, their goals, their successes, their challenges, and how rowing has influenced their lives. Their views will be their own and … Continue reading
There was the Ariel Regatta which was a race first held in 1979 between a point just West of Tide Point and the Inner Harbor. But as those of you who have rowed to the Inner Harbor know… boat traffic … Continue reading
This is an Olympic year and our support of our athletes and their coaches is key to their success.
After the Ariel and Arundel Boat Clubs…the Baltimore Rowing Club came into existence. On January 9th I had the privilege of having breakfast with some of the founding and early members of the Baltimore Rowing Club as well as several … Continue reading