Welcome to The

Connecticut River Oar and Paddle Club

Site last updated: Apr 9, 2006

Launching a new boat at the 2004 John Gardner Small Craft Workshop
Launching a new boat at the 2004 John Gardner Small Craft Workshop, Mystic River


The Connecticut River Oar and Paddle Club (CROPC) is the Connecticut River Chapter of the Traditional Small Craft Association (TSCA) and a founding affiliate of the youth education programs of the Maritime Education Network, Inc. and the Groton Maritime Academy.

Founded in 1983, the club has built and owns several rowing vessels suitable for individual or group outings. These vessels are usually available to visiting TSCA members. Planning meetings are often held at the Maritime Education Network's facility off Interstate 95 just south of the Baldwin Bridge on Ferry Road in Old Saybrook. Our larger craft are based there, and ramp access to the river is close nearby.

For CROPC membership and mailing information, a current newsletter in PDF format, supplementary schedules, local knowledge/maps/charts, event confirmations, and launch/trip advice, please download our brochure (447 KB PDF) or contact us at

Please consult current issues of Messing About in Boats, The Ash Breeze, and the club officers for news of other events of small-craft interest.


The Connecticut River Oar and Paddle Club
17 Industrial Park Road No. 5
Centerbrook, CT 06409

860-767-3303


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