NZ Coastal Rowing meets every Saturday morning at 0800 at the Royal Akarana Yacht Club to row their St Ayles skiff to a coastal café and back again. Typical destinations are St Heliers, Kohimarama, Wakatere/Narrowneck, Cheltenham, Torpedo Bay, Devonport Wharf and Remuera Garden Centre. NZ Coastal Rowing are usually off the water around 1030; so its a fantastic way to start the weekend.
From time to time they take the boats out of town past destinations have included Stillwater to row up the Weiti River to the Wade Tavern, picnics on Motukorea/Browns Island and the Whau River.
NZ Coastal Rowing is a very sociable and friendly way to exercise out on the harbour. And if you’re a sailor, you’ll discover how warm rowing is in the winter!
For more information about New Zealand Coastal Rowing head to their website or phone Martin on 0212989743 if you’d like to give it a try!