Terms and Conditions
To ensure the continued enjoyment of this site by as many people as possible, we ask that you stick to the following clubhouse rules when using Explore Rowing. Failure to do so can result in your post or comment being moderated, removed, or your user account blocked.
Explore Rowing is a community of people, and therefore we expect our users to show the same kind of respect they would show to people in real life – this benefits both you and the community as a whole, as when there is a level of respect, people interact more, create more content, and generally have a good time.
Please don’t create more than one account – if we find a duplicate it will get deleted, and we don’t want you losing all your Explore Rowing information. If you do forget your account details, you can use the Forgotten Details page to recover them. If this still doesn’t work, please send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Explore Rowing reserves the right to close any threads in the forum that are becoming offensive or off topic. Explore Rowing also reserves the right to moderate or delete any comments, posts or content that are uploaded by users to the website.
You are likely to be moderated if:
- You are racist, obscene, sexist, homophobic, sexually explicit, abusive or otherwise objectionable.
- Your post contains swear words
- Your post contains unreferenced copyrighted content
- Your post contains spam, or is an obvious attempt to sell a product from which you benefit
- Your post would seem to be impersonating someone
- Your post contains personal details for you or anyone else
Any repeated breach of the above rules will result in a temporary or permanent ban.
Please ensure you have correct permissions for any photos you upload and note that they may be used for publicity for British Rowing and the Explore Rowing programme.
The information on this site is designed to help you plan your rowing activity and does not replace your own safety planning. You should always carry out a risk assessment before undertaking any activity and we reccomend you follow the guidance provided in British Rowing's 'Row Safe: A Guide to Good Practice in Rowing'