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Cygnet
Cygnet Rowing Club
on the Tideway since 1890
CSSC Sports and Leisure

Fleet & EQUIPMENT

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LIFE JACKETS

REPORT DAMAGE

The Cygnet fleet is a modern, well maintained one. We have a rolling ten year Boat Buying Programme in order to keep the fleet up-to-date and competitive. Our current fleet is detailed below including average crew weight and if can be rigged as a sculling boat. Damage to boats or equipment must be reported immediately to the captaincy so that it can be repaired and minimise the time that the boat cannot be used. 

BOATS

Boats marked in bold should only be used for training by racing crews of senior status. No casual or recreational outings in these boats unless with the Captain's express permission. Cygnet's Club ID Code is CYG

EIGHTS

•• Noel Davison • CYG804 • 2019 Janousek • 85kgs • (wing)
•• Marjorie Israel • CYG803 • 2007 Sims • 90kgs

COXED FOURS/QUADS

•• Peter Roche • CYG406 • 2009 KIRS • 85kg • sweep only (wing) • bow loader
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• Neil Pickford • CYG407 • 2010 Janousek • 85kgs • sweep/scull • stern loader

COXLESS FOURS/QUADS

•• Neil Jackson • CYG409 • 2018 Janousek • 85kg • sweep/scull (wing)
•• Mike Collier • CYG408 • 2010 Filippi • 90kg • sweep/scull
•• Alan Cox • CYG406 • 2002 Janousek • 85kg • sweep/scull

COXLESS PAIRS/DOUBLES

•• Old Blades • CYG206 • 2011 Filippi • 85kg • sweep/scull
•• 300 Club • CYG207 • 2007 Filippi • 90kg • sweep/scull
•• Hamhaugh Island • CYG203 • 2018 Janousek • 85kg • sweep/scull
•• RG Benrath • CYG203 • 2018 Janousek • 95kg • sweep/scull

SINGLE SCULLS

•• Golden Oldies • CYG109 • 2017 Janousek • 80kg
•• Port 2 Port • CYG107 • 2013 Janousek • 85kg
•• Sculling Camp • CYG103 • 2006 Janousek • 90kg
•• Single Guy • CYG108 • 2016 Lola/Aylings • 90kg
•• Friends Reunited • CYG104 • 2005 Lola/Aylings • 90kg
•• No name • CYG110 • Filippi • 85kg

OTHER CLUB BOATS • PRIVATE BOATS

BLADES

SWEEP OARS

All four sets of sweep oars are set–up for rowing in Eights with the inboard length based on spoon type. To adjust the inboard for rowing in other boat classes, use clams as follows

Coxless Four • use 1 clam
Coxed Four • use 2 clams
Coxless Pair • use 3 clams


SCULLING OARS

Sculling oars are set–up for specific boat types and colour coded with vinyl on the loom just inboard of the button.
Rigging chartPlease don't adjustment these blade set-ups:

 White • geared for 4x 
 4 pairs of new C2 Smoothies (vortex edge)

Blue • geared for 2x
4 pairs of new C2 Smoothies (vortex edge)

Purple • geared for 1x 
Older C2 smoothies (straight edge)

Green • geared for larger torso
Various makes and spoon types

Red • custom gearing 
Crew specific


Blades are racked in sets, please keep them stored this way.

CYGNET ROWING CLUB


The Civil Service Boathouse,
Riverside Drive,
Dukes Meadows,
Chiswick
W4 2SH


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