ABOUT DARTMOUTH ARC
Situated on Sandquay Road, just off the North Embankment, Dartmouth ARC has a beautiful spot on the river; perfect for getting afloat. Established in 1869, the Dartmouth crews have been immensely successful over the past 150 years - from Henley winners to Atlantic Ocean rowers, we're proud of our members, past and present.
Affiliated with the West of England Amateur Rowing Association (WEARA) and governed by British Rowing, Dartmouth ARC and their qualified coaches provide the opportunity for participants of all ages and abilities to experience the sport of rowing and all it has to offer.
Rowing is a team sport, which means we inevitably spend a lot of time together! Rowers, coxes, coaches, parents, the list goes on. DARC acts as more than just somewhere to train - we are a friendly, welcoming group of people with social events and activities to take part in off the water too.
OFFICERS OF THE CLUB
Meet the people behind our wonderful rowing club... pictures to follow!!
COACHES OF THE CLUB
Take a look back through time at some of our crews..
Safety & Welfare
DARC understands the importance of child welfare. Liz Wilson has been appointed by the club committee to oversee the welfare of young people at the club in line with British Rowing and UK child welfare guidance. Should you have any concerns about the welfare of a young person at the club please contact Liz in confidence.
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Steve Wallace has been appointed by the club committee as the water safety officer. An active member of the RNLI, Steve maintains safety records, such as accident reports, risk assessments etc. ensuring the safety of club members on and off the water.