The Boston Rowing Center is the inner-harbor site for the Hull Lifesaving MuseumBoston Harbor and the Harbor Islands are for everyone.  For nearly 40 years, we have been working in Boston to provide any and all people access to their waterfront, and to the Boston Harbor Islands National and State Park.  The Harbor is our classroom.  We provide people the skills, the knowledge, and the ability to become active users, and by extension, active advocates and stewards of our port and our largest park.

As the oldest and only Open Water Rowing entity in Boston Harbor, we offer Youth Programs, Adult Membership rowing, Corporate Outings and Teambuilding Programs, and Community Engagement Programs like our livery rental and racing events on the Fort Point Channel.


The driving principles of the 19th century coastal lifesavers – Skills, Courage, and Caring – are the foundations of the Hull Lifesaving Museum’s commitment to impact individual lives for the better.  At the Boston Rowing Center, we foster a community dedicated to the preservation of Boston Harbor’s rich maritime heritage and lifesaving traditions through our Open Water Rowing programs and activities.



BRC is located on Fort Point Channel at the Barking Crab Marina.  We are just off the Boston Harborwalk, located under the Evelyn Moakley bridge.

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Looking to learn more, join a rowing activity, volunteer or just have a few questions?  Contact us at: