Kelowna Rowing Club (KRC) is a non-profit society. The club owns a small fleet of single (1x), double (2x), and quad (4x) sculling shells (boats), ergometers for off-water training, as well as a motorized coach boat and the necessary equipment used to operate rowing programs, such as oars, life jackets and other safety aides. All boats are stored outside on racks and rowers load boats from the beach (known as wet-launching) as KRC does not currently have access to a boat house or dock.



Cultivate a passion for the sport of rowing and provide opportunities for all participants to strive for their personal and collective goals. Promote rowing as a prominent sport in the BC Interior, specifically in the Central Okanagan.


Develop an enthusiastic and inclusive community focused on safety and success in recreational and competitive rowing.



  • Continuous Improvement
  • Dedication
  • Commitment


  • Friendly
  • Accessible
  • Partnerships


  • Respect
  • Sportsmanship
  • Transparency


  • Safety
  • Personal Responsibility
  • Inclusivity


1. Safety
  • Enhance and reinforce a culture of safety
2. Participation
  • Develop and grow Junior program
  • Recruit and retain members
  • Promote Learn to Row
3. Build a Sustainable Organization
  • Maintain equipment and facilities to prolong asset life
  • Financial management
  • Build strong Board Governance
4. Develop a Community Hub
  • Build partnerships
  • Participate in community events
  • Host events