About the WBC
The Williamsburg Boat Club formally started in the spring of 2003. The idea of a community boat club was formulated a few years earlier by the organization Friends of Williamsburg Rowing. They are the community branch of the College of William and Mary Rowing Club, with whom we share coaches, equipment and a rowing site.
Current members include beginners who have just completed the learn to row classes, those who learned to row as adults, former college and high school rowers now living in the Williamsburg area, as well as college students who want to continue to stay in shape over their summer breaks. WBC rowers entered their first race as a club in the Summer of 2005. The club consists of competitive members who continue to race, as well as members who prefer to row for recreation and exercise.
Currently WBC offers the following programs and activities for members and residents of the area.
Learn to row classes on the water during Spring and Summer and indoors on rowing machines during the winter months.
Participation in regattas in Richmond, Norfolk, Va Beach and Northern Va.
Weekend Practices and evening practices during the week.
Youth rowing programs ( 14 and up)
If you are a current rower and would like to join , or, if you have never rowed and would like to learn, please email for more information. If you are visiting the Historic Triangle area and would like to join us for a row, or, just a chat, feel free to check their Calendar, and/or, contact via email.
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