SUP – Turning Stroke
SUP – Transporting Your Board
Grades 6 - 12
At Leduc Boat Club (LBC) we are growing our water sport programs to introduce students to a variety of boating for students from grades 6 -12.
As a starting point, LBC recommends the two-person canoe, recreational solo kayaks, and the 20 paddler dragon boat. We can, depending on group size, age and schedule, offer instruction in SUP (Stand Up Paddleboard) and rowing.
Younger paddlers can be accommodated by special request and with extra support from the school.
Safe entry & exit
Manoeuvring and the handling of different boats
Games and activities to improve balance and skills
Student to instructor ratio of 8:1
Preferred group size is 8-16
Dragon Boat - Best Platform For Supervision
Very little risk of capsizing
Warmest due to the closeness of the paddlers (two per bench)
May – October (for Dragon Boat only)
Preferred group size is 14 – 20
Rowing - Limited Group Size
Sessions are a minimum of an hour and a half and ideally two hours
Suited for smaller groups
Surcharge for additional specialized instructors for 13 – 19 rowers
Limited group size of 8 – 12
SUP - A Fair Weather Activity
Can be worked in with canoe, kayak or dragon boat instruction
A higher likely hood of getting wet
Definitely a fair weather activity especially for younger students
Ideal for larger group sizes.
Preferred group size is 8 – 18
High School Rowing
This program runs from May through to mid-June and ends with a Junior Crews Regatta at Telford Lake.
The Regatta has other Junior Rowing Crews from the Edmonton area.
Our friendly and enthusiastic coaching staff have years of experience in rowing and are ready to answer all your questions pertaining to rowing.