Yale University’s Gilder Boathouse, is in its seventh year of existence. The 22,400 square foot boathouse contains 6 boat-bays, can hold 84 shells, has a ¼ acre of docks, 95 full size men’s lockers, 85 full sized women’s lockers, a visiting team room, trophy room with fireplace and kitchen, all completely wired to broadcast races live over monitors throughout the boathouse viewing area. The Gilder Boathouse was dedicated on October 20, 2000, on the site of the old Bob Cook Boathouse in Derby.
The Payne Whitney Gym houses Yale’s rowing tanks. Known as the best indoor training facility in the country, Yale boasts 3 moving-water rowing tanks, 60 C2 ergs and a varsity weight room.
Used by all Yale sports camps, Albertus Magnus is one of five colleges in the New Haven area (Yale, Albertus Magnus, Southern Connecticut State University, University of New Haven, and Quinnipiac College).
Albertus was founded in 1925, and BRC houses its campers in Dominican Hall. Albertus offers the complete campus to Bulldog campers. Four Bulldog Rowing Camp staff members and an Albertus Magnus staff person will live in the dorms and be on call 24 hours a day. Boys and girls live in the same dorm on separate floors. Campers will live, eat breakfast, eat dinner and relax on the Albertus Magnus campus.
Camps are open to any and ell entrants, subject to age and gender restrictions.
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