Rowing PEI clothing order this week!

2019 Rowing PEI clothing order this week!

We will be placing an order for Rowing PEI clothing this week, with a deadline of Friday July 5, 2019 at 5:30 p.m.

 Here are the 2019 selections and prices:

We are offering a wide variety of items and colours for you to choose from. The pricing provided in the details below includes the Rowing PEI  logo on the front and back.

We are encouraging club members to purchase at least one shirt in Extreme Yellow, to help make everyone more visible on the harbour:   $20.90+hst   small-xl  $23.90+hst  s-xl  $23.90+hst  s-xl  $32.90  s-xl  $15.90+hst  s-xl

Members will pay East Coast Cresting directly. ECC is located behind Source for Sports on University Avenue and they are open Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 5:30 pm. Phone: (902) 566-3337

Moisture Wicking Caps – $30 *this is a separate order NOT through East Coast Cresting.  We will be putting logos on here, either Rowing PEI or Red Island Regatta.

Email Nancy at if you would like to be on the waiting list.


We are hiring a Rowing Program Coordinator!

Thanks to the Canada Summer Jobs 2019 program, Rowing PEI is looking to hire a Rowing Program Coordinator.

Here are the details.

Position:  Rowing Program Coordinator

Conditions of employment:

7 week contract, 35 hours per week (varied hours/weeks)
Salary $ 12.25/hr
Start date July 2, 2019

Location of employment: Charlottetown Yacht Club (CYC) on the Charlottetown waterfront and Brudenell Resort

Job summary

Rowing PEI is the non-profit provincial governing body for the sport of rowing in Prince Edward Island.

The successful applicant will be assisting in:

-the organization and delivery of our national sanctioned rowing regatta to be held August 24, 2019

-the promotion of the sport to the public and tourists.

Daily duties would include maintaining equipment, assisting with launching of boats, ensuring all safety policies of the club are being followed by all participants, operating the safety boat, and providing Learn to Row Coaching. Administrative duties will include maintaining logs of all boats on the water, when launched and when returned, and noting any damage or maintenance required by the rowing shells as well as the safety boat. Other duties would include the installation and removal of marker buoys to establish training and racing courses on the water.

Job requirements

The position will require:
-a valid pleasure craft operator’s license;
-first aid training;
-water rescue training;
-LTR coach;
-valid driver’s license

The applicant must be a student returning to school on a full time basis during the next academic year.
The applicant must be a secondary, post secondary, vocational or technical student.
The applicant must be between 15 and 30 years of age.
The applicant must be a Canadian citizen.

Other Skills:  Experience in client services and/or coaching a team

Bilingual an asset

Applicants must be able to swim

Application: Please send a letter and a resume to 

Deadline to apply: June 19, 2019