The ethic of the nineteenth century surfmen and lifesavers whose stories are told in the Hull Lifesaving Museum, is perpetuated through the Open Water Rowing Program where seamanship, teamwork, and open-boat voyaging skills are instilled in today's youth and adult rowers who row for recreation and sometimes to compete against other crews in regional races.
Nautical Knowhow 2/20/2021- Taking a break to talk about outer space and the surface of the sun!
Nautical Knowhow 2/27/2021 - Ropes and Knots
Nautical Knowhow 3/6/2021 - Resistance and Propulsion
Nautical Knowhow 04/03/2021 Planning a trip to Spectacle Island
This program is supported in part by a grant from the Hull Cultural Council, a local agency which is supported by the Mass Cultural Council, a state agency.
Boston Open-Water Rowing Club is on the Rise by Anna Sergeychik
During the pandemic, the rowing club has been rowing in single sculling boats. This is probably the safest outdoor activity you can do because with one person in a boat, you are by definition, extremely socially distant. The best mental health activity in Greater Boston can be found at Windmill Point, in Hull and the Boston Rowing Center at Fort Point Channel in Boston. Learn more.
The Outer Harbor is out playground in this year-round after school program serving middle and high school aged students on the South Shore. Participants come to Windmill Point, Hull to embark on voyages of discovery, every day choosing a different island or shoreline to explore, a different boat to row, a new way to know their friends.
"Same Boat" is a summer-long project focused on offering camps and programs throughout the city a fun, upbeat, different way to learn all abou teamwork and personal development. This program serves boys and girls, ages 9-15, and is suitable for mainstream children as well as those with emotional, cognitive, and limited physical impairments. Groups come to the program twice a week for two hour rowing sessions, receiving complete skills and safety training. By advance reservation only. Program directors or caseworkers, please contact us at 781-925-5433 or email@example.com.
Our rowing fleet offers an attractive platform for team-building, with a centrally located point of departure, attractive destinations in Boston Harbor, and equipment that is easy to learn and exceptionally safe. Rowing multi-oar boats offers a powerful metaphor for team dynamics. For more information contact us at 781-925-5433 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Head of the Weir Race is a celebration of the estuary at the height of its fall beauty and the fabulous array of the region's open water rowers from all over New England and New York. This highly-contested 5 1/2 miler, begins at West Corner (on the Hingham/Hull/Cohasset line), past Bumpkin Island across Hull Bay to the museum's Windmill Point Boathouse at Hull Gut. This is an exceptionally exciting race and a great spectator event.
Race Results 2022 by Elapsed Time
Race Results 2022 by Category
Race Results 2021 by Elapsed Time
Race Results 2021 by Category
Come be inspired! Watch and cheer as the best youth open-water rowers in New England compete for the coveted "Key to the Harbor" at our Boston Rowing Center on Fort Point Channel in Boston. All youth rowing programs are eligible to participate.
Icebreaker Logistics for Racers & Spectators
Hull Lifesaving Museum | P.O. Box 221, 1117 Nantasket Avenue, Hull, MA 02045 | (781) 925-5433
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