All British Rowing affiliated clubs are assigned a three letter code that is used to help identify them.
All boats being used from clubs for racing, training, and recreation, including private craft, safety and coaching launches must be identifiable by the three letter code, issued by British Rowing, together with a three digit fleet number (including zeros) which is determined by the club.
The lettering must be in capitals, in a regular sans serif (Arial "style") font, with a minimum height of 6cm and clearly readable (in a contrasting colour) on both port and starboard saxboards or vertical surface.
Clubs must keep, readily available, an up-to-date list of their fleet number/boat reference, including that issued to any member with a privately owned boat.
Club members with private craft who move clubs must change the identification code to that issued by their new club before taking to the water.
The codes are shown below. You can use the drop-down select box below to filter by region.
|Whitehaven Sea Cadets||Northern|
|Fairlop Outdoor Activity Centre||Eastern|
|Redditch and Bromsgrove Sea Cadets||West Midlands|
|89th Stoke-on-Trent and Newcastle Sea Scout Group||North West|
|Leeds Sailing and Activity Centre||Yorkshire|
|3rd Chalkwell Bay Sea Scout Group||Eastern|
|Fraserburgh Sea Cadets||Other|
|Bath Sea Cadets||WAGS|
|Exmouth Sea Cadets||Western|
|Warsash Sea Cadet Unit||Wessex & South East Coast|
|Bangor Sea Cadets||Other|
|1st Luton Sea Scouts||Eastern|
|Hereford Sea Cadets||West Midlands|
|Littlehampton Sea Cadets||Wessex & South East Coast|