Implemented Health and Safety Measures for all rowers:

  • All rowers should have their own mask:
    • Masks should be worn inside the cottage, on land, and on the dock.
    • Masks are not required to be worn while engaging in practice activities on land or on the water.
  • All rowers should maintain proper physical distancing of at least 6 ft
  • All rowers should be following all cleaning and disinfection procedures every day with their equipment:
    • Oars disinfected before and after each use
    • Boats washed and disinfected after each use
  • Wellness Checks:
    • Every day each rower will affirm they are in good health and have not been in contact with anyone experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 as detailed by the CDC.
    • Each rower’s temperature will be taken via an infrared thermometer. Anyone with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher will not be allowed to attend practice until they are fever free for 48 hours.
  • All logbook scullers will use an online logbook instead of the binder in the oar shed.
  • All repairs will be noted on an online repair log instead of on the board in the oar shed.
  • Designated staff COVID-19 contact.


Implemented Health and Safety Measures for all staff and volunteers:

  • All staff and volunteers will be required to wear masks while on land and interacting with rowers.
  • All staff and volunteer health will be monitored daily.
  • Staff will clean and disinfect high-touch areas such as door knobs and faucets before and after each practice.


Administrative Changes to ensure Health and Safety for staff and parents:

  • All financial transactions will be done through our website.



CDC Considerations for Youth Sports

US Rowing Return to Training Guidelines

FL Department of Health COVID-19 Guidelines and Resources