We welcome new adult members of all abilities, and pride ourselves on being a very friendly and welcoming club.
We unfortunately don’t have a dedicated setup for juniors, but we do welcome juniors on a case by case basis. If you are interested in rowing with the club and are a junior, please contact the club captain (firstname.lastname@example.org).
We are unable to accommodate under 18 rowers on learn to row programmes.
Please take a look at the Overview of Squads page for a summary of the different squads active in the club.
We are very conscious that there are lots of rowing clubs based in South West London, and it can be difficult to work out which club would suit you best. We think the best way to decide is to visit some of the clubs (including MAABC of course) and meet some of the members and coaches. We may be biased, but we think MAABC is one of the best clubs in the area, whether you are looking to win medals at national or even international level, or just a base for a nice paddle down the river on a Sunday morning.
If you have already done some rowing, and are looking for a club in London where you can train and compete, then we would love to show you around our amazing boathouse! Contact our Club Captain Hilary Cook (email@example.com) to arrange a visit.
If you have never rowed before, but fancy giving it a try, then please take a look at our “Learn to Row” programme. Rowing is a great way to get fit and compete as part of a team, whilst making new friends and having a lot of fun along the way!
If you are a junior (i.e. under 18), or the parent of a junior, looking for a club in the area, we are unfortunately not in a position to be able to cater for junior members. However, we would recommend that you have a look at Tideway Scullers School (TSS), based next door to us, who run a successful junior programme.