How are the boats split into divisions?

There are currently two divisions at the AWKR. The fleet is split based on Performance Handicap (PHS) which is determined by an unbiased non-RMYS handicapper. Generally speaking the longer boats are in Division 1 and the smaller boats in Division 2.

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Is lunch available for purchase?

Lunch orders can be made in advance via the Try Booking event page. Lunch orders consist of a roll only.  There are a variety of roll fillings on offer. ​If you have any dietary requirements, please note them on the form. There may be extra rolls for purchase on the day, but this is not [...]

2022-03-28T12:59:10+11:00March 28th, 2022|

Do I have to own a boat to compete?

No. You don't need to own your own boat, but it's great if you do. You can either arrange your own boat, or contact us to help you find one. We rely on generous boat owners donating their boats to competing crews, so whilst we take your preferences into consideration when helping you find a boat, [...]

2022-03-28T12:56:53+11:00March 28th, 2022|

What is the entry fee per person?

The AWKR Committee in conjunction with RMYS believe that a per person entry fee is the fairest way to encourage participation of all size boats. It doesn't penalise the small crews and reward the large ones. $70 entry per person

2022-03-28T13:00:36+11:00March 28th, 2022|
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