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Scottish Rowing Membership during the COVID-19 Pandemic. 

During this unprecedented time, we understand that many individuals'will not want to renew their Competitive Membership while we are unable to go racing.

In order to keep receiving the number of benefits we offer, and to continue to support Scottish Rowing’s work representing the interests of our members during this time, you can take out a Non-Competitive membership for £12. This membership offers all the benefits of a competitive membership (including free access to most of our webinars and workshops), except for a racing licence. Please note – your Non-Competitive Membership can be easily upgraded to a Competitive Membership at a later date.

Scottish Rowing Licence

 We encourage all participants in rowing to be a member of Scottish Rowing, be it through a Non-Competitive Membership or Competitive (Senior/Student/Junior/Adaptive) Membership for those who wish to race.

 

Join Scottish Rowing Online

 

Benefits of the Non-Competitive membership during the COVID-19 pandemic include:

  • Free or discounted access to all Scottish Rowing run webinars and workshops
  • Subscription to the Scottish Rowing e-Newsletter
  • Public liability and personal accident insurance cover (see 'Insurance Summary Cover' for full terms and conditions)
  • Scottish Rowing Racing Licence  (competitive memberships only) 
  • Eligible for rebates on UKCC courses
  • A range of discounts online and in stores on the high street (see list below)
    • 20% off any products in the Origin Fitness range at Active leisure
    • 10% off any other products on the Active leisure website (exclusions apply and include Wattbike, Versaclimber & Concept2 products)

Please email memberservices@scottish-rowing.org.uk for details on how to claim these discounts.

Scottish Rowing Licence

Joining Scottish Rowing as a competitive member provides you with a Scottish Rowing Racing Licence, meaning you can enter any competitions run under Scottish Rowing rules (most rowing events in Scotland). A Scottish Rowing Racing licence is also recognised for competition in British Rowing events.


Frequently Asked Questions

⇒ My Senior Scottish Rowing membership has recently lapsed, and I want to take out a Non-Competitive membership. How do I do this?

    • Log in to your membership account. Click 'Membership' at the top of the screen. Select 'Non-Competitive'. Read and tick the box which asks if you understand the Membership T & C's. Click 'Finish' and then 'Pay Now'.

How do I upgrade my Non-Competitive membership to a Senior/Student/Junior/Adaptive membership?

    • Log in to your membership account. Click 'Membership' at the top of the screen. Click ‘Membership’. Select ‘Add’. Select the Membership Type you require. Fill in the mandatory questions and Read and tick the box which asks if you understand the membership T&C’s. Click ‘Finish’, then ‘Pay Now’.

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How do I upgrade my Non-Competitive membership to a Senior/Student/Junior/Adaptive membership?

    • Log in to your membership account. Click 'Membership' at the top of the screen. Click ‘Membership’. Select ‘Add’. Select the Membership Type you require. Fill in the mandatory questions and Read and tick the box which asks if you understand the membership T&C’s. Click ‘Finish’, then ‘Pay Now’.

Already have a Scottish Rowing membership and forgotten how to access it?

    • Log onto the system using this link. Your username is the email address associated with the account. If you have previously held a Scottish Rowing Licence DO NOT create a new account as this will not be associated with your previous rowing history. If you have forgotten your password then enter your email address into the username box and click 'Forgot password'. Check your inbox for a reset password email. 

⇒ Can I compete in England with my Scottish Rowing Racing Licence?

⇒ I have recently moved to Scotland and already have a British Rowing membership. Do I also need a Scottish Rowing licence to compete for my new club?

    • Yes, you must have a British Racing licence to compete for an English or Welsh club and a Scottish licence to compete for a Scottish Club regardless of where the event is. Go to https://scottishrowing.azolve.com/ to join!

⇒ How do I print my Scottish Rowing licence?


Membership fees for the 2020/21 season are:

Senior £44
Student £33
Junior (a competitor who has not attained the age of 18 years  before the first day of September preceding the event)  £24
Adaptive £33
Non-competitive (does not include a Racing licence but does include the additional insurance and benefits Scottish Rowing offers to it's members) £12
Day ticket (Senior/Junior)
£28/£16

For further information about Membership classes see section D of the Scottish Rowing Rules of Racing.