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About us

We take those who love paddling and love doing it traveling to on a wonderful journey .



Rowing4fun is a sports association that caters for rowing athletes of all ages to purely recreational purposes and socializing.

Is the brainchild of two rowers with a passion for rowing and nature in order to share the love of the sport by rowing in the most beautiful Italian and foreign landscapes.

For us rowing is hard work and sweat, but also love of nature and the environment. Rowing is one of the best ways to create "crews" who want to have fun and explore the surrounding scenery, be they artistic towns or mountain villages, by boat or by foot or cycling, for one weekend or a whole week.

If you want to relax in a farmstay in the Tuscan countryside or enjoy the atmosphere of a luxury hotel, your holiday will be unique with us.

We take those who love paddling and love doing it traveling to on a wonderful journey

And 'the journey that is the experience’.

Destinations

Lakes, rivers and sea coasts choices, are the expression of our love for nature and landscape heritage.

The boats

Sweep and scull boats, gigs and outriggers, coastal rowing gigs all await you on our outings.

Tutors

The coaches are members of the Italian Rowing Federation and are rowing medalists.

Types of outings

From the predominantly touristic excursions, to technical rowing for the improvement of the rowing technique and athletic performance.


Staff

Claudia Rebuttini President

TV journalist and author of successful programs for public and private Italian TV, lover of nature and outdoor sports, discovered rowing by chance and it was love at first sight. Today is a master athlete of Rome participating in national and international regattas. Rowing4fun is her best Format.

Her motto is: "Enjoy every moment"

Anna Perini

She works in a IT company, game and enthusiastic, 'trips over' rowing at a Vogalonga some years ago....and rowing becomes her passion. She is a commuter athlete and put a few more miles every week to train.

Her motto is: "Be careful what you wish for, you'll end up to get it".


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