$4,000 or an Early Registration price of $3,750

Experience the Adventure Germany this summer

June 20 to July 6, 2019

I loved the Germany trip. It made the summer one of the best of my life. It was great having fun with the team and getting to know new people and a new culture.
— — Annie, 16, from Piedmont

A once in a lifetime trip, beginning at the Rowing club at the Wannsee Berlin, (Rowing club at the Wannsee eV, Scabellstraße 8, 14109 Berlin) with full room board and boats.  The athletes will row twice a day with educational touring of Berlin on bikes done during the middle of the day. Rowing twice a day will improve the sculling strokes of all the participants of the program.  Video review and individual coaching will be a part of the program.  The athletes and coaches will then pack up and go with a German team from Osnabruck and tour down one of the German rivers (river to be announced soon).  The rowing tour will involve rowing between 30 and 40km per day in coxed touring quads.  The athletes will be mixed with the Germans for the rowing and will be staying in camping style with theGerman rowers during the rowing tour.    At the end of the rowing tour they will have the ability to spend time with the german athletes at their homes in Osnabrück and spend a few days immersing themselves in the German culture.  This is a once in a lifetime event.

WWII Historical Trip

Berlin and Germany is an amazing place to learn first hand about WWII and it's effects on so many people.  The athletes will spend time in Berlin on the Wansee at a boathouse that is over 100 years old.  We will row by the villa's in Potsdam and tour Berlin and Potsdam on Bike.  Visiting the castles of Potsdam up close.   All the while learning about Germany and their culture.  At the rowing club we have our own chef who will cook Breakfast and Dinner for the team.


  • Training in Rowing at a German Club & Touring down a River with a German School.

  • Seeing the WWII sites, bringing History to life in Berlin and other Cities.

  • Having an exchange with a German High School

  • Touring down a river, camping and enjoying the sights on rivers like the Moselle, Danube, Main, elb and many other rivers in Germany.

  • Getting to know athletes from other countries.

Typical Daily Itinerary German Training camp

 8am - Breakfast

9am - Morning Row & workout

11:30am - Return to housing for showers

12:00pm - Lunch

1 to 4pm - Touring City & Language conversational classes

4:30 to 6pm - Rowing & Afternoon Workout

7pm - Dinner

8pm - 10:30 - Evening Activity or outing as a group

10:30 lights out