Alliance Rowing Club Membership & Costs: 2017-18
Membership Dues are the key to ARC organizational funding and economical member costs. Our fees are structured based on many factors to maintain a viable organization with the best possible facilities, equipment and professional support. Please contact us if you have any questions.
Learn to Row (All Ages)
Our Learn to Row class fee covers 5 sessions, including proper technique and rowing basics as well as immediate application of on-the-water skills.
Grades 6-8: $164
9th Grade and up: $189
D8 Youth Development (Grades 6-8)
Open Competitive Team (Age 19-27)
Seasonal: $250 Individual, $400 Family Each (Spring, Summer & Fall)
Competitive Masters (27+)
Seasonal: $250 Individual, $400 Family (Spring, Summer & Fall)
$119/5 Sessions $240/10 Sessions
All prices are subject to change.
*Annual membership fees include USRowing Membership which provides for on-the-water liability insurance, safety standard guidelines, continuing education and guidance. Balance of fees help fund equipment maintenance and club operating expenses. This includes access to facilities and equipment for all three seasons. Seasons are charged on a 3 month schedule (Mar-May, June-Aug, Sept-Nov).
U19 Seasonal fees include all coaching, boat and dryland training for a given season. Additional fees are assessed for Regatta food & travel, uniform expenses, and other misc fees/expenses.
†Coached boat session rates are contingent on boat size, number of participants and coach assignment. Learn 2 Row packages include 5 sessions including a Discovery session as well as immediate on the water application in Session 1
^ALL Persons participating in independent boat sessions must submit USRowing swim form and attend ARC on-the-water Orientation
and Safety training at Dammrich Rowing
Development and Masters Team Regatta fees are dependent on actual participation per Regatta
Alliance Rowing Club of Illinois
Northshore Fitness Studio
905 Ridge Road
Wilmette, IL 60091-1559