The College of William and Mary Summer Rowing Camp prides itself on offering a superior, lengthier and more affordable summer rowing camp experience than just about any other program nationwide. The camp is for intermediate (at least 1 semester of competitive rowing) or advanced (rowers will need a note from their coach) sweep rowers aged 13-18, and costs $650 for the 6 days of rowing camp. Each session will be co-ed, and campers will participate in meals and the evenings’ activities together, but will practice and room separately. Camp will begin Sunday evening with check-in and introductions, and will culminate the following Friday afternoon with an intra-camp race. For the duration of the William and Mary Rowing Camp rowers will room in William and Mary dorms (2 per room), eat three meals a day in the college’s dining halls and practice at the college’s indoor and outdoor rowing facilities, which include the Student Recreation Center the new Tack Family Boathouse.
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