Who We Are
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WHO WE ARE

Row the Erne is a community group promoting the Erne as a place to savour.  All are welcome on our ancient skin boat called a currach.

 

No previous water experience needed. Old or young, join us for a row and a cuppa on the currach that we have come to appreciate as a floating community.

MISSION STATEMENT

Row the Erne connects people on the water with its 33ft currach, promoting wellness and fun.

OUR COMMITTEE

heather

Heather

Chairperson

I’ve been involved with the club since 2016 and just love been out on the water. It’s my time to unwind and enjoy the tranquillity of the water.

helen

Helen

Secretary

I am originally from the North Coast of Ireland now living in Fermanagh enjoying life on Lough Erne with her fellow rowers.

claire

Clare

Treasurer

I was first introduced to Row The Erne through Positive Futures in 2014 and became a member in 2016. I love being a part of this floating family and to have the opportunity to Row in a curragh on our beautiful waters.

diedre

Deirdre

Maintenance & Communications

I lead Boat maintenance and Communications. I am a skipper with the Club and enjoy the craic on our Menapian Currach.

miread

Mairead

Training

I joined Row the Erne in 2018, it was one of the best things I have ever done. Experiencing Lough Erne this way is amazing. Exercise, beautiful scenery, friendship, lots of fun, and a cuppa. Love it.

Olivia

Olivia

Founder

I enjoy rowing and skippering with Row the Erne. There have been many highlights so far. A favourite for me is landing the Menapian currach on Skellig Michael off the south west coast of Kerry in 2019.