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We are an eclective group of people out to enjoy ourselves safely but with lots of challenges available.

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Regular, adhoc and competitive events mean we are very active every week of the year.

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Hat of Fairness

We are a fully inclusive club and are unique in operating the 'hat of fairness' for crew selection.

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Interim Safety Procedures

Interim Safety Rules 17/3/19, subject to ratification It is a condition of club membership that you are in possession of your own life-jacket. This is your own Personal Protection Equipment. It should be labelled with your name and you are responsible for its care and maintenance. Recommended life-jacket is “pull cord to inflate rowing life-jacket”. […]

Kelda Fundraising

We have all just witnessed something quite extraordinary.Kelda has redefined the boundaries of bravery, commitment, resilience, strength and passion – and selflessly only wishes the benefits to be enjoyed by Climbing Out and the numerous young lives which the charity so benefits. We were the ‘lucky’ fellas that first went to sea with Kelda in […]

XMAS Row – A real club get toge...

We had an absolutely tremendous outing as a club for our Christmas row on the 8th December. A few words from the man at the top “I am sure you will all want to join me in thanks to Dave Ward for organizing yetanother great Christmas Row. This was the first time we have ever […]

GRR Double Winners

Congratulations to everyone involved in a magnificent Great River Race. Major thanks as usual to Paul King who had all of the hassle for none of the fun, major thanks to the Bosuns and their boat preparing and towing team. Thanks to the Hat of Fairness for selecting four strong and balanced teams. Out of […]

The Pirates are here

SARC entered a crew for the Porthmadog weekend of racing with the Saturday being a one-off Pirates race where we started from a beach with our ‘Pilot’ passenger running into the boat before casting. Racing to another beach we had to collect a beer keg (empty unfortunately) and then race back. SARC were second losing […]

Guidance Notes for GRR 2018

For all of you participating in this years Great River Race please take some time to read the guidance notes below: Guidance Notes – Short Guidance Notes – Full

Row4acure Raise over £60,000

The Row4acure team successfully rowed the Irish Sea last week taking a little over 20 hours. Not bad for a team of people who only decided to start rowing in March of this year. They have managed to raise a massive £60,000 towards Prostate Cancer research and we should all be raising a glass (or […]

Row4Acure have Ginger under Wraps

Club member Sam Charlesworth and his crew under the name Row4Acure are attempting to make a crossing of the Irish sea this week utilising our own Ginger boat which has been wrapped to show the sponsors involved in the event which is in aid of Prostate Cancer UK 3 of my good friends have all […]

Slipway Improvements and a Clean Shed...

For those that haven’t seen it, here is a picture of our slipway beautifully repaired by Bosun Dave Ward. A big vote of thanks and a few pints should be directed to him by an extremely grateful club. In addition to the slipway being given a makeover, our shed has also had a good cleanout […]

MADOG Winners for SARC Crews

A fantastic day’s racing was had by the club on Saturday May 19th thanks to the rowers and members of MYC in Porthmadog who arranged the sea race from Porthmadog to Pwllheli (about 13km) in fantastic conditions. Our mixed crew of Matt Mayne, Kelda, Bev, Chicken and Martin won their race in style, whilst Matt […]