Vision for the Future

Quintin Boat Club was founded in 1907 but the origins of the club go back further. In 1888 Quintin Hogg paid to have a boathouse built on the present site in Chiswick. The original mainly wooden boathouse was pulled down in 1924 and replaced by the present one. It’s...

The Chiswick School J14 Girls Quad

The Chiswick School J14 girls quad sculls crew had a very successful day racing over 1000m at Chiswick Regatta . In their heat they were drawn against Tiffin School and after a good start won convincingly by three lengths. In the Final where they were up against...

A Win at Hammersmith Regatta

Jess Hardwick and Sophie Young won women’s coxless pairs at Hammersmith Regatta on Saturday. With a bye in the semi-final, in the final they beat Barnes Bridge Ladies’ Rowing Club. Results from the regatta may be found at...

Ghent International Spring Regatta

Jess Hardwick and Sophie Young were competing at Ghent International Spring Regatta over the weekend of 13th and 14th April. On Saturday they came second in the International Flemish championships for senior women’s coxless pairs. Race 114 Final W 2-...

Polytechnic Boathouse – 100 Years

It is almost 100 years since our current boathouse was built, replacing the mainly wooden structure financed by Quintin Hogg and opened in 1888. The Polytechnic Rowing Club and Quintin Boat Club took occupation of the present building in February 1925. It is therefore...