Youth Camp!

Tuscany ITA or Vermont USA

This is designed for high school rowers, or 14-18 year-olds, who'd like to learn to row or improve their skills. In Italy it is run as more of an international exchange with our Italian kids as opposed to a formal, guided, Terralba Week whereas in Vermont our camps take on a more, well, campy, feel. 

 

It is the perfect opportunity for enthusiuastic sweep rowers to learn to scull ahead of summer club racing, or even seat selections.

 

It is also the ideal way to get your athletic kid into a sport that will truly widen his or her horizons: never before have so many scholarships been open to rowers! 

 

The experience can be extended to up to 3 weeks for kids wo come to Tuscany and want to combine their rowing with a one-on-a-kind foreign immersion experience.  Each teen will be paired with an Italian rower of the same sex and age (more or less!) so that he or she can truly experience the cooking, social life, and rowing environment of our Italian rowers. We'll also make sure they get to row in Florence under the Ponte Vecchio, see some Tuscan beaches, and thoroughly enjoy themselves!

 

Give us a call at +39 349 7818829 so that we can speak directly about your own son or daughter. When we're dealing with minors we like to establish close contact with their parents! Every single week or extended stay is tailored to the group and teens involved.

 

You're never too young!
You're never too young!

These 11-year-olds in Vermont were super excited to be learning such a big-kid sport!

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Sweep Rowing on Lake Champlain
Sweep Rowing on Lake Champlain

After just a little instruction, fearless young rowers learn so quickly!

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The whole team in Segesta - 2007
The whole team in Segesta - 2007

By request we also organize trips for teams with tier families beyond the borders of Tuscany and Vermont. This was in Mondello, Sicily.

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You're never too young!
You're never too young!

These 11-year-olds in Vermont were super excited to be learning such a big-kid sport!

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Ready to sign up? Have a few more questions? Want the really detailed details? Contact us!