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Scottish Rowing membership is encouraged for all participants in rowing. 

A Scottish Rowing Membership provides a number of benefits.

  • A Scottish Rowing Racing Licence
  • Public liability insurance cover (see 'Insurance Policy Notes' and 'Summary of Liability Cover' for full terms and conditions)
  • Discounted UKCC courses (Discount refunded on completion of course)
  • Access to Scottish Rowing run workshops and conferences

Additional Benefits

We are please to announce we have exclusive members discounts now available from anytime leisure.

anytime leisure logo orange grey 20% Off any products in the Origin Fitness range.

10% any other products on our website.

Exclusions apply and include Wattbike, Versaclimber, Concept2 products.

Anytime Leisure is one of the UKs leading fitness equipment and gym design companies, and have years of experience providing equipment for all types of facility, one example being Scottish Rowing’s own Boathouse Gym. As well as commercial gyms, Anytime Leisure provides a great selection of home fitness products – find out more at www.anytimeleisure.co.uk.
To access these great discounts look in News after logging into your Scottish Rowing Membership at rowing.ismysport.org

Before participating in an open event run under Scottish Rowing Rules, competitors from Scottish Clubs must hold a current Scottish Rowing Racing Licence. Competitors must have a valid licence at the TIME OF ENTRY and must produce this licence at events to allow qualifying wins to be recorded. A Scottish Rowing Racing licence is also recognised for competition in British Rowing events.

Day Ticket's (valid for a single regatta) are available on the day of a regatta only and should only be used in the case of last minute substitutions. 

Membership fees for the 2016 season are:

Senior £41
Adaptive £30
Student £30
Junior* £23
Cadet**    £10
Coastal    £10
Coaching £10
Indoor £6
Day ticket (Senior/Junior) £22/£11

* A JUNIOR is classed as a competitor who has not attained the age of 18 years but who is over 14 years before the first day of September preceding the event.  

** A CADET is classed as a competitor who has not attained the age of 14 years before the first day of September preceding the event.

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

Memberships issued online are valid for a year from the date of issue.

Apply for Scottish Rowing Membership Online

If you already have a Scottish Rowing membership log onto the system using the link above. Your username is the email address associated with the account.