The Nottingham University Boat Club (NUBC)
is the rowing club of the University of Nottingham
based in the UK on the River Trent. Founded in 1948 the club has over 120 current active members, equally split between men’s, women’s and novice squads. Nottingham University is one of the largest university boat clubs in the UK, catering for all levels of rowing. Recent achievements have been wins at Henley Women’s Regatta, National Championships, weekend appearances at Henley Royal Regatta
and International representation at the World Under 23 Championships and EUSA Regatta.
The boat house and 'shed' are situated between Lady Bay Bridge
and the Nottingham Forest
F.C's City ground on the south bank of the River Trent. The boat house consists of changing rooms, gym, club room and kitchen.Ray Simms
was appointed Head Coach of Nottingham University Boat Club in 2010. Having previously coached NCRA, winning several Henley medals and World Championships he now leads the Universities coaching team.Jon McKirdy
has recently been appointed Head Women's Coach.Dan Janes
coaches the Men's Beginner Squad and assists coaching the Senior Men.
The club has a proud tradition at BUCS
regatta where it has won the Victor Ludorum in 9 of the past 17 years. Controversially at the 2004 BUSA Regatta the club were found to be operating outside the rules and disqualified from the Regatta and the subsequent regatta.
The club has tasted success at the 2010 BUCS regatta,... Read More