Carrick-on-Shannon RC Celebrate 175 Years

Image of 1907 Regatta

Nestled in a small town in the Northwest of Ireland is the Carrick-on-Shannon Rowing Club. Ireland’s oldest rowing club. This year the club proudly celebrates 175 years in existence and is inviting crews from all over the world to help mark the occasion by attending the Clubs’ annual Regatta on Sunday 31st July.

The regatta is renowned for its fun and friendliness, with a 400 metre course situated in the middle of Carrick and the finish line just before the bridge. As in years passed there will be a Ball held on the evening of the Regatta, in the Dock Arts Centre (the old Courthouse).
If interested in entering or you would like further information on the 175th Regatta please contact [email protected]

Media Release
Carrick-on-Shannon Rowing Club
Without our members, we wouldn't be able to provide the guidance, support and emergency funding that we have been able to during the COVID-19 pandemic. Please consider continuing to support our sport by renewing or purchasing your British Rowing membership today.

Renew Today