To promote rowing, they will have boats to row, and you are invited to bring your boat for others to row. Last year there were 17 different boats to try out.
The idea of the SRR is to gather together small sail-and-oars boats for sailing, with the same kind of camaraderie and appreciation that the ERR has established. We will sail on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. This year, we plan a one-way sail from Herrick Bay to the waters off the campground, where we’ll anchor, so secure anchoring ability is especially important. The next day will be a return to Herrick Bay. Final haulouts, trailering, and departure will take place on Sunday, July 28, vacating the campground before noon and the boatyard as soon as possible.
Cape Cod TSCA members are bringing boats that will be available to all attendees for short rows; assistance will be available for beginners.
The purpose of this free event is to promote rowing, and to be able to try and compare different boats. We will have boats to row, and you are invited to bring your boat for others to row. Last year we had 15 different boats. Boats can be launched for free from trailers at the . . .
What a turnout and what a variety of boats this year at the Traditional Small Craft Association‘s Small Reach Regatta, held in Brooklin, Maine. They’ve been at it for 11 years now.