Cleveland's Premier Adult Rowing Club
Established 1989

Private Sculling

For rowers with personal sculling equipment

Program Description

The Private Sculling program allows a rower who has paid WRRA Basic membership fees (no equipment), access to the private sculling bay for storage of his/her personal sculling equipment. Rowers are responsible for paying annual private boat rack fees directly to the Cleveland Rowing Foundation. The Private Sculling program does not grant use of WRRA sculling equipment.

Sculling Certification:

A Private Sculling participant must be certified as an Independent Sculler by the WRRA sculling committee and have passed the SQL test before using any personal rowing equipment without an accompanying coach or fellow independent rower on the Cuyahoga River. For information on the Independent Sculler Certification process refer to the WRRA Sculling Program Guidelines

2019 Program Cost

  • Private Sculling: $308
    (includes WRRA general membership & annual facility assessment)
  • Private Sculling fees only: $0 
    (for rowers in other programs who have paid WRRA general membership & both summer and fall facility assessment): but must register via Activenet.
  • Sales tax (8%) along with a convenience fee of $1.25 will be added to each transaction.  Other registration service provider fees are included in the program cost.

Program Dates

  • WRRA’s rowing season begins on April 15 through December 1, 2019.
  • Rowing is permitted between December 1 and March 31, 2020 but is subject to CRF Cold Water Restrictions as outlined in the Cleveland Rowing Foundation Safety Manual (SaM) 

WRRA Private Sculling rules and restrictions:

  • All sculling members must follow the safety guidelines as stated in the Cleveland Rowing Foundation Safety Manual (SaM) as well as adhere to the Sculling Program Guidelines.
  • All privately owned shells shall be signed in and out on the boathouse sign-out log before launching and after recovery.
  • Private sculling members are responsible for the mandatory use of a mirror, marine radio, and boat lights as required by the SaM.  
  • All independent scullers and independent doubles shall be required to carry a whistle or other noise making device while rowing.

 For program and independent certification questions, contact: sculling@westernreserverowing.com

For information on private boat storage, contact Kirk Lang at clevelandrowing@gmail.com

Certified Independent Scullers:

For information on the Independent Sculler Certification process refer to the WRRA Sculling Program Outline.

For program and independent certification questions, contact: sculling@westernreserverowing.com

For registration and fee questions, contact: membership@westernreserverowing.com

For information on private boat storage, visit the Cleveland Rowing Foundation.