CBC has a very active rowing side with club members competing at Regattas around the world each year.
While some members have competed at Olympic and World Championships, and continue to compete successfully at International Masters Regattas, others are content to just get out on the river and enjoy the serenity of the Charles. In other words we have a wide range of skills, abilities and motivations.
The club is strongest in Masters events, but also holds learn to row sessions during the summer for younger members and newer rowers. The clubhouse is also home to the Cambridge Rindge and Latin School rowing program.
Our well maintained fleet of racing boats includes singles, doubles, pairs, fours, quads and an eight, in a variety of weight ranges. The club has several very stable singles for members who are just starting to scull.
For those who haven't rowed on the Charles before, the river offers a 16 mile stretch from the dam by the Museum of Science in Boston all the way up to Watertown Square. CBC is ideally situated about half way along this stretch, so members can choose to go either upstream or downstream depending on their preference and the conditions.