Welcome to North Cascades Crew

#SIFF2018 has premiered Us Against the World: A Washington Rowing Legacy narrated by Jen Huffman, NCC member and granddaughter of Joe Rantz. 

Watch it here –

Construction on the Joe Rantz Boathouse is underway! Stop by Wyatt Park in Lake Stevens to see the progress of this historic building.

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Junior Crew – Spring Registration

SPRING SEASON 2019
Regular Season: February 19 – May 9, 2019
Practices: Monday/Tuesday/Thursday, 3:30-6PM
Location:
Wyatt Park, Lake Stevens
Registration fee:
$395

  • All skill levels from beginner to JV and Varsity competitors
  • Registration includes long sleeve tech-knit team shirt.
  • Additional training day on Fridays for competitive rowers*.
  • North Cascades Crew adheres to USRowing SafeSport and NCC coaches are SafeSport certified.
  • Registration is limited to the first 20 Juniors. Do not delay – register today!

For competitive junior rowers, three regattas in the area are planned, including Regional Youth Championships**. High school varsity athletic letter possible for competitive rowers ages 14 and older.

Regattas:
Green Lake Spring Fling Regatta – March 16
Lake Stevens Spring Sprints Regatta – April 27
USRowing Northwest Regional Youth Championships – May 17-19
 
*Friday rowing fee invoiced monthly. Friday rowing expected for competing Junior rowers.
**Regatta fees are assessed at the time of each regatta, dependent on participation. For Regional Youth Championships competitors, a fund raiser is available to assist with regatta fees.
 

Opening Spring Season 2019: The North Cascades Crew Joe Rantz Boathouse!

Click here to register for Spring Season and pay through PayPal.

 

Adult Learn to Row Sessions

Learn to Row sessions are geared toward adults who are brand new to rowing. Each session includes 6 classes and includes parking. Sessions take place at Wyatt Park – NCC Joe Rantz Boathouse 10508 Chapel Hill Rd, Lake Stevens, WA 98258

Session Fee: $100     Gift Certificates are available.

Learn To Row Schedule:
Learn to Row Sessions through NCC take place every quarter – January, April, July, October
Time Commitment: Saturday/Sunday 9:30AM – 11AM

Note: Specific dates each quarter depend on coaching and NCC member volunteers. 
Additionally, Schedule may be adjusted during classes due to safety and weather concerns

If you’re interested,  contact us for more information on the next session! 

For those new to rowing, after completing a Learn to Row session, you may choose to join NCC as a continuing member to keep improving your skills and fitness!

Download Registration Forms HERE

Online payment available HERE

Need more info? Email us at northcascadescrewrow@gmail.com

We look forward to meeting you!

Masters Program

NCC offers coached programs for all members of our community, from novice to experienced rowers.

Learn to Row sessions are offered monthly all year long. Regular coached practices are also held year-round. The water is calm, the sunrise beautiful, and there is no better way to start the day!

Practice Times:

Tuesday and Thursday 5:45-7:15 AM, open to recreational and experienced rowers.

Saturday and Sunday 6:00 -8:00 AM, experienced group

Saturday and Sunday 8:15-9:45 AM, recreational group

In the summer, Tuesday and Thursday evening sessions may be added based on demand.

Contact northcascadescrewrow@gmail.com or call 888-ROW-NCC1 for more details!

Joe Rantz Boathouse

We are building a boathouse. For Joe.

North Cascades Crew is building the Joe Rantz Boathouse in honor of Joe Rantz, a member of the 1936 University of Washington eight-oared crew that won the Olympic gold medal and the central character in Daniel James Brown’s NY Times Bestseller, The Boys in the Boat.  

Watch the #SIFF2018 preview of Us Against the World: A Washington Rowing Legacy here >

Jen Huffman, Rantz’s granddaughter, is a member of North Cascades Crew and 4th in the 2015 prestigious Head of the Charles Regatta.  See Jen’s letter of support here.

We are truly grateful for our generous donors to date that have realized both the legacy and importance of this project. Our club has hosted both an event with the author of Boys in the Boat, Daniel James Brown, and a viewing of the PBS documentary The Boys of ’36 – An American Experience

Donate Now to the Joe Rantz Boathouse

Boys in the Boat event
Rantz Family with Daniel James Brown, author of Boys in the Boat at NCC fundraiser

A HUGE thank you to Dunn Lumber for donating all building materials for the Joe Rantz Boathouse.  You have helped our dreams become another step closer to reality!
Dunn Lumber is invested in our community and the history of rowing in the Pacific Northwest.