Pay your dues, check out upcoming events, and access everything else you need to hit the water.

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pay your dues

Payments are due on the 1st of each month.

We use PayPal to process all online payments. Please note that PayPal will add a fee of 2.9% + $0.30. This will bring your final bill, as it appears on your statement, to $154.70 (for HS), $82.70 (for MS), or $56.95 (for Masters).

You can avoid this fee by following the steps below:

  1. Create a PayPal account (for free).
  2. Link the PayPal account to your current bank account.
  3. Direct your payment to
  4. Select “sending to a friend,” then submit your payment.
  • High School Rowing $150

    (For those utilizing the multiple sibling discount: $135)

  • Middle School Rowing $80

    (For those utilizing the multiple sibling discount: $72)

  • Masters Rowing $55

    (No multiple sibling discount, but you're welcome to bring them along.)

Questions about payments and dues? Send them to ROCCS Treasurer Chad Terrell at

event calendar

(To get more comprehensive details about upcoming events, check out our News & Events tab.)

forms & waivers

All ROCCS rowers—including returning rowers—are required to submit the following forms prior to rowing with us. If you have any questions about the forms or their contents, please contact us.

US Rowing Waiver

Acknowledges that the rower/rower's legal guardian understands and accepts all risks.

ROCCS Registration

Registers each rower for the upcoming season, and gives us some basic information.

Florida HSAA Form

I.e. a "sports physical" used to ensure student athletes' health prior to participation.

NOARA Waiver

The waiver and release of liability for the Florida Scholastic Rowing Association.

useful links

Below are links to some helpful rowing resources.

Regatta Central

Register for, or learn about, upcoming regattas & events.

US Rowing

The U.S.' national governing body for the sport of rowing.


A great source for rowing news, results, and information.


A.K.A. the Florida Scholastic Rowing Association.

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