Club rowing

The Fort Langley Youth Rowing Society Club Program is a year-long (12 month) program. Over the year, youth rowers train and develop their rowing skills while learning and experiencing the value of teamwork, commitment, and camaraderie. Fees are based on rowers participating for the entire 12 months.  At this time, we do not offer a part-time option.  An overview of the program is as follows:


  • Third week of June until the end of August
  • Monday through Friday - 2 hours per day
  • Focus is on improving technical skills
  • On water training
  • Basic boat maintenance
  • New participants who have completed the Learn to Row program may join club rowing and train with experienced rowers for the remainder of the summer schedule


  • First Monday following Labour Day until the end of October
  • 4 to 5 times per week after school and on Saturday mornings
  • On water training


  • First week in November until the end of February
  • 4 to 5 times per week after school and on Saturday mornings
  • Indoor training due to inadequate daylight and inclement weather conditions
  • Focus is on rowing specific dry-land training with significant time spent on indoor rowing machines (ergometers)
  • On water training continues on Saturdays, weather permitting


  • First week in March until the end of May
  • 4 to 5 times per week after school and on Saturday mornings
  • Focus is on preparing for spring regattas (racing)
  • On water training

regatta schedule

Deep Cove High School Regatta – early October
Beat the Beast Indoor Rowing Championships – early February
Head of the Fort – early March
Lake Stevens Regatta – mid April
Brentwood  School Regatta – late April
Shawnigan Lake School Regatta – mid May
Delta Deas Scholastic Regatta – late May
Challenge West/BC Championships – mid  July

Club Rowing Registrations Forms:


Club Rowing Calendar