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Welcome to the website of the NPBRC

Club Logo The North Palm Beach Rowing Club is a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing access to our area’s waterways through rowing. By doing so we provide our community with a healthy, “carbon negative”  way to experience south Florida’s natural beauty while sharing our love of the sport with kids and adults from all age groups, backgrounds, or experience levels.

Rowing, one of the original Olympic sports, continues to grow in popularity. Title IX and the NCAA have brought significant strides in collegiate rowing, now a varsity sport with scholarships at over 80 colleges and universities in the US. That, in turn, has been a catalyst for high school rowing programs all over the country. And because the physics of rowing delivers an outstanding workout with low joint impact, it truly is a life-long activity that keeps rowers on the water well into  their 70s and 80s – and often beyond.

Become part of our team.

To row with us, or to contribute in other ways to building a true community rowing program, please contact us. We welcome all participants, regardless of experience level or ability. Please visit our “About Us” page for more information on The Club and our Vision, and the “Learn to Row” page to register for our upcoming classes.

—{ Pull Together! }—

Rowing is a team sport unlike any other. Come  join the crew!

Updates and Announcements


NPBRC’s Spring, 2014 High School Team registration is now OPEN!

Details and registration links are here.


Sign up for our Club’s news and updates by sending a blank email to:

npbrc_news-subscribe@npbrc.com


NPBRC’s high school team in action

Where to Find Us


We row out of the former AMIKids facility inside of  Bert Winters Park, just south of Donald Ross bridge (shown below).
13425 Ellison Wilson Road
Bert Winter’s Park
Juno Beach, FL 33408

For correspondence by fax or telephone:

North Palm Beach Rowing Club, Inc.
Office: (561) 691-0912

 Who are we kidding? Every day is “Learn to Row Day”. We’ll teach you everything you need to know. See our Learn to Row page for details. See you on the water!

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