A friendly club rowing traditional fixed-seat pulling boats in Langstone and Chichester Harbours on England's south coast.
Rowing is just about the best exercise you can get, using almost all of your muscles but without high impacts. We row on some of the loveliest waters in the world, teeming with wildlife, and it is enormous fun. 
The club welcomes rowers of all standards, from people who just like to get out on the water for fun to rowers who want to compete in local regattas and national events such as the Great River Race, where Langstone Cutters have a formidable record of success.
Club rowing on Sundays is open to all, starting about two hours before high tide. 
Just turn up at the slipway between  the 
Royal Oak and the Old Mill and tell the beachmaster you would like to have a go!
Longer, excursion rows take place on Saturdays and mid-week. These are organised in advance, so if you fancy going get in touch with the organiser listed in our downloadable, printable, iCal compatible Rowing Diary, or one of the club contacts.
But the best way of keeping informed about club activities is by 
signing up for the forum. Click the setting for daily email updates to make sure you don't miss vital updates.

Rowing Diary

News from the Cutters

  • The Great River Race Story Tim Pointer has written a report of the Great River Race for the local press - read the original, unedited copy here!
    Posted 7 Sep 2016, 00:22 by Chris Partridge
  • Great River Race Triumph Langstone Cutters won a record number of trophies at the Great River Race, including Women's Veterans, Junior Under 16s, Supervets, Claydon Skiffs, Fastest Four Oared Boat and others. Almost ...
    Posted 4 Sep 2016, 01:24 by Chris Partridge
  • Sunshine and stair rods at Netley Regatta Storms circled Netley Regatta, forcing the crews into the shelter of the various gazebos on the site as heavy rain and even hail swept in from all directions. But between ...
    Posted 26 Jun 2016, 04:07 by Chris Partridge
  • Cutters go to Cobstock Cutters introduced young people at the Cobstock Festival to the joys of rowing this weekend. On the water were the two St Ayles Skiffs owned by the Oarsome Chance charity ...
    Posted 5 Jun 2016, 01:31 by Chris Partridge
  • Hamble River Raid Success The Cutters sent a record six boats to the Hamble River Raid this year, including Gladys for the first time. Everyone rowed their hearts out and a good time was ...
    Posted 22 May 2016, 00:44 by Chris Partridge
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