Maidenhead Rowing Club (established 1876) is vibrant, ambitious, and inclusive.  Its 200+ members, aged 11 - 80+, come from many walks of life. We are the home of Recreational rowers, National and International competitors, Olympic and World Championship medallists.  

Maidenhead Rowing Club aims to provide a friendly, safe, and supportive environment for Members of all ages and ambitions to pursue the sport and fellowship of rowing to the best of their ability. We subscribe to the British Rowing values of Teamwork, Open to All, and Commitment.  We welcome new members of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities.

There are many benefits to being involved in rowing: the sense of freedom, making life-long friends, and learning new skills whilst keeping fit and healthy physically and mentally. This can do all be done on the water or indoors, just for fun or to compete in races, from local events to international championships.

The Club has a long history with junior and senior members enjoying rowing across the spectrum from recreational through to Henley Royal Regatta wins and representation at national and international levels. Read more about the club.

Our boathouse (opened by Sir Steve Redgrave in 1998) is conveniently situated close to the A4/Bath Road bridge, with excellent accessibility facilities (including lift, changing rooms, and pontoon ramp).

We are organised on a squad basis for everyone to find their fit: Juniors (11-18); Senior Men; Senior Women; Adaptive; Masters Women; Masters Men; Recreational; and Daytime. The Club hosts two annual events: Maidenhead Junior Regatta in May and Maidenhead Regatta in early August.

We run regular induction sessions and learn to row courses. Click on the Learn to Row for the latest information.