Launching the Ouse Réwet April 30th 2016

We’re proud to announce the launching of the Ouse Réwet, our second St Ayles Skiff.

After a year of building and preparation, KLCRC’s second boat is ready to take to the River Great Ouse


Saturday April 30th | 11AM – 3PM


The Slipway, Common Staithe Quay, King’s Lynn, Norfolk


Come and watch our second boat, Ouse Réwet, being launched into the River Great Ouse, at the public slipway in the carpark behind the Corn Exchange, Tuesday Marketplace, Kings Lynn.

The antics may also be viewed from the river balconies of the Ouse Amateur Sailing Club in Ferry Lane where the bar will be open.

We are also expecting boats from Blakeney and Denver to join us on the water for a ‘row-past’.

An invitation to join the Club, and get involved in building, launching and racing St Ayles skiffs in Norfolk and beyond. Find out more: KLCRC Membership

Winter 2015/16 in the KLCRC Workshop

We’ve kept up our twice-weekly afternoon workshops throughout winter – similar to keeping up the rowing. Such is our enthusiasm!

Ouse Réwet nears completion, Lynn Réwet is in great shape and now there’s another boat in the workshop; a potential safety boat in the form of a RIB, which is being assessed before we’re committed to buying.
So there’s always plenty to do. During the winter we’ve seen some new faces at the workshop who have bought new skills, broadened the scope of what we do and are very much welcomed.
Amongst the new faces are our group of students from the College of West Anglia, who join us regularly for a taste of boatbuilding. We’re planning to take the group beyond boatbuilding and out of the workshop, onto the water and into rowing. All in 2016.

In the news. Again

KLCRCLynnNewsSep15-thumbOur recent outing to Hunstanton made the Lynn News, our local paper –

Another nice report and we can only repeat thanks to the hospitality and friendliness of Hunstanton Sailing Club.

Let’s do it again…

BTEC College of West Anglia students visit KLCRC’s North Lynn workshop

We were really pleased to welcome a group of student volunteers from the College of West Anglia today, when they visited to get a taste of what a coastal rowing club is about and some hands-on boatbuilding.

Course Leader Caroline Greyson is hopeful that we can make the visits a regular feature and we hope that the students are inspired by boatbuilding and coastal rowing.