The Courtmacsherry Coastal Rowing Club was founded in 1991. It is a member of the
Irish Coastal Rowing Federation.
The Club is based at Courtmacsherry Beach, West Cork, the club owns seven boats: the Barry W, the Paddy B, Mary G and the traditional wooden yawl named the Argideen Queen, with 2 more to be named later in 2016.
The club has a growing and diverse membership base, with rowers young and old alike taking to the water and competing in the various regattas.
In 2011 the County Finals were held in Courtmacsherry, at Broadstrand Bay, and was deemed to be a great success by everyone. This success was due mainly to the huge effort made by the club members and the local community in setting up and running the event. Thanks and congratulations to everyone involved.
2012 was a great year for the club as we hosted the ICRF All Ireland Coastal Rowing championships in August. There was a lot of work done to ensure that this event went well. Thanks to everyone for their support and commitment, and please continue to support the club into the future..
In 2015 once again the club will host the County Finals. They will be held on the 2nd August 2015 at Broadstrand Bay in Courtmacsherry. Once again we hope that we can all make this a great success, and one to remember.
In 2016 the club will host the Irish Open Coastal Rowing Championship. This is a competition for the FISA style sculling boats.
In 2017 - We are delighted to announce that our application for planning permission to construct a rowing club boathouse on the existing site of the club on beach road Courtmacsherry has been granted. See here for more details
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