Recent News  Welcome to the Cantabs website! Cantabs is one of the largest and most successful town rowing clubs in Cambridge. We welcome rowers, scullers and coxes of all abilities and ages. We run regular Learn to Row courses for juniors and adults. More experienced rowers should find a crew that meets their aspirations, whether they are looking to compete in national – and occasionally international – competitions, enjoy recreational rowing on the Cam, or something in between.  Coaches are always welcome to strengthen our existing volunteer teams and the club offers support for coaches to achieve nationally recognised qualifications.  Coxes are also very welcome.  Inexperienced coxes will receive support and coaching and are unlikely to be short of crews to practice with! If you’d like to get in touch with the club, please use the button below.

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More about the club
Cantabrigian Rowing Club is based in Cambridge, England. It started in 1950 as a club for the pupils and old boys of the Cambridgeshire High School for Boys (now the Hills Road Sixth Form College). In the 1960’s Cantabrigian, known locally as ‘Cantabs’, became an open club and has been accepting general membership ever since. The club is a member of the Cambridgeshire Rowing Association (the CRA), and we are based at our own Boat House off St. Andrew’s Road, Chesterton, Cambridge. We have exciting plans to redevelop our Boat House and regular updates to progress will be available on this site from time to time. We also rent facilities at the CRA boathouse off Kimberley Road, Cambridge, UK.

The club is affiliated to British Rowing, the umbrella body which administers the sport in the UK. The club aims to promote rowing across the entire range of age and ability, and to provide the coaching and equipment to take rowing to a competitive level. In particular, the club offers an opportunity for all club members to participate in the annual CRA Bumping Races in late July, an event unique to Cambridge. We have strong connections with local schools, providing rowing classes as part of the syllabus and offer pupils the opportunity to row outside of school hours. In 2001, Cantabs became a Project Oarsome club, cementing its links with local schools and gaining a substantial award of junior training equipment from British Rowing.

Please feel free to take a look round our site, although some areas are restricted to club members. If you are ready to join, please visit How to Join Us, under the Visitors menu.

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Huge thank you to everyone who help at the regatta yesterday. It was a great day and lots of really great feedback to make next year bigger and even better! ... See MoreSee Less

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BOAT NAMING CEREMONY - THIS SATURDAY

Hi all

This Saturday following the inaugural Cantabs Regatta we will be having a boat naming ceremony at 4PM followed by a BBQ at the boathouse.

A great occasion to celebrate our new boats and to socialise after a successful regatta!

Please come along and bring baking OR food for the barbecue. May I suggest ladies bring baking and gentlemen the meat (sorry I would have done it on crews but no draw out yet). Bubbles and fizzy drink will be provided.

Thanks

Maria

nb: No children will be harmed in this ceremony
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Looking dignified as ever, Cantabs Garfield! ... See MoreSee Less

I seem to be featured in the digital edition of this month's Rowing & Regatta!

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Is there anyone here who has access to the digital edition of Rowing & Regatta and wouldn't mind sharing a screenshot of a specific part of it, please? ... See MoreSee Less

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