HBARC

Welcome to Herne Bay Amateur Rowing Club!

HBARC is a completely different experience from your usual sport clubs. Coastal rowing is a physically tough, deeply rewarding sport. If you’re new to the sport there’s no better place to learn and compete than with HBARC.

New Members

HBARC is an exciting and engaging place to train and experience something completely different. We welcome all new members over the age of 13.

We race all through the summer from May – September, competing against other south coast rowing clubs that form the Coastal Amateur Rowing Association. We train all year round, whether on the water or the land, so come down and see what it’s all about.

If you are interested in learning to row and joining a physical and engaging sport, then please come down to our clubhouse on a Wednesday evening at 6 pm. For more information on how to join click here.

The sport of rowing is physically demanding but offers great rewards for those willing to put in the work. We look forward to you joining HBARC!

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No words can express how the whole club feels right now after yesterday's mammoth regatta at Southsea. Not only did we win the Junior Aggregate, Grand Aggregate, the Scott Payne trophy and of course the Pompey Grand - beating crews hands down from the South East and South Coast!!

It has been commented by an ex-rower and father of one of the winning Seniors that "In all of my 58 years of going to regattas I have never seen a day of success like yesterday a very proud moment especially for the club! What an amazing day!"

Results for the day:
1st J14 quads
1st Men's Senior four (winning the prestigious Pompey Grand trophy)
1st Ladies Junior four
1st Men's Junior pairs
2nd Boy's J16 quads
2nd Girl's J16 quads
2nd Ladies Junior pair
2nd Ladies Novice four
2nd Men's Novice four
3rd Men's Junior/Senior four
3rd Masters40+
3rd Men's Junior four
3rd Ladies double sculls

Well done also to Bradley in Novice sculls race and Lewis, who qualified for the final race in his first junior sculls race of the year. The Masters 50+ battled it out against other crews coming 2nd in CARA crews. And also to Maisie Jeffries for getting second place in coxwain of the day!

The club held great expectations, and it succeeded!

And now to prepare for next weekend: our home town regatta on Saturday 28th July at 10am and Eastbourne regatta on Sunday.
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