Take a look at the Space Saver Oar hanging racks – the best way to free up space inside your rowing club house.
They take either sweep or sculling oars and each holds 16 oars. They can be independently taken out (so the back oars can be taken before those racked in front) and the compact rack design means with 4 racks you can get 64 oars into 2.2 meters by 2 meters of wall space. .
Details of racking options.
How many oars has your club got?
WE love a challenge.
Tell us how many oars your club has got (add up the total number – not pairs) and the split of sweep rowing oars versus sculling. Tell us the length, height and depth of your current oar racking.
We will tell you how much space you can free up. For FREE, of course!
Why Space Saver’s design is best
You’ll see how the angle of hang means the spoons inter-leaf closely keeping each rack’s oars compact so athletes can get in between to reach for pairs from the back.
And the cunning cut-outs are spaced so that the buttons prevent the oars falling out – you have to lift the sleeve clear before they will come free.
Oar Racks are installed in Leicester BC, Cambridgeshire Rowing Association, Tideway Scullers School, Tyne United and University of London BC.
Specifications: Size: 220 x 890 x 300mm Weight: 5kg Material: 3mm Aluminium