After You Register 2016-04-22T23:13:26+00:00

For rowers NEW to RBC & those who’ve not yet rowed with us in 2016

If you’ve already enrolled with RBC in 2016, and your information has not changed, then you can skip this section. See you at practice!

Otherwise, there are a few required things you must do before participating in the session you just signed up for.

  1. IMPORTANT: Fill in the RBC NEW Rower Enrollment form below.
    Remember to click Submit when you are done.
  2. Print two Forms, which you’ll need to sign and bring to your first class.
  3. Read the RBC Code of Conduct.
  4. View the Safety Video.
  5. Learn about our Google doc sign-up procedure.
  6. Review FAQ.

We look forward to seeing you on the first day of your session!

Please fill out the RBC Enrollment form below if you haven’t done this before or your information has changed. Remember to click Submit when you are done.

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Print and fill out the USRowing Form and RBC Waiver. Bring your completed forms on the first day of your class.

Code of Conduct

At Rochester Boat Club we hold ourselves to a high standard of behavior. Please read the RBC Code of Conduct.

Rowing Safety Video Training

The total video time is 41 minutes.  You can start with part 1 and watch straight through or resume where you left off by jumping to the chapters below.

Part 1 – Rowing Safety

Part 2 – Before You Start Rowing

Part 3 – Preparation for Going on the Water

Part 4 – The Boathouse –

Part 5 – On the Water –

Part 6 – Accidents on the Water –

Part 7 – Cold and Heat Related Problems –

Part 8 – End of Practice –

Part 9 – Coaches and Administrators Section

Part 10 – Boathouse Safety, Launch & Rowing Equipment –

Part 11 – Accidents on the Water –

Part 12 – Hypothermia

Using the Google Sign-Up Doc

RBC uses a Google Sheet to list the rowers’ names for a given practice, and as a communication vehicle for absences, weather cancellations, social events, regattas, boat assignments, and club news. Please make yourself familiar with this valuable shared document.

You’ll need  to set up a Google account, if you don’t already have one. Click the link below for instructions on setting up your account and using the Google doc. (Click the version that corresponds with the current rowing season — indoor rowing OR outdoor rowing.)