Angus Rowboats is the premier producer of performance rowboat kits and plans. Our boats are expedition tested and have broken records including fastest time around Vancouver Island and first boat under 20' in Race to Alaska.
Our unique, expertly crafted boat designs include rowboats geared for expeditions, racing, sailing, camping and teaching boating to children. Amateur and experienced boat builders from around the world have built Angus Rowboat designs.
The Bumblebee is for the pint-sized mariner. This boat is perfect for kids aged 2-5 and is the only boat on the market that allows... View full product details
The Cambridge Racer is a performance rowing shell designed specifically for speed. It is fastest in calm conditions, however, is shaped to perform well in... View full product details
This expedition-designed rowing scull is seaworthy, fast and can carry a month’s provisions. The watertight storage space is accessed through extra-large hatches and the roomy... View full product details
If you’ve spent months building a gorgeous wooden rowing vessel, a pair of gleaming varnished sculling oars are the icing on the cake. The shaft... View full product details
The Oxford Wherry combines elements of traditional beauty with modern design and construction to create a vessel that is not just gorgeous, but unbelievably functional.... View full product details
The RowCruiser offers comfortable sleeping accommodation for one person without sacrificing performance. This boat moves at about the same speed as a sea kayak, and... View full product details
The Sailing RowCruiser is the most versatile boat we offer. We have taken the basic RowCruiser hull (a versatile boat on its own, which provides... View full product details
Our drop-in rowing unit is designed to work with all our boats. It can also be used in many other vessel designs such as canoes... View full product details
A rowboat auto pilot is something I had not previously considered, but during my solo voyage participating in the Race to Alaska the Raymarine ST1000 auto pilot helped significantly. With the sailing RowCruiser weighing only a little more than a Laser dinghy, incorporating a self-steering system posed several challenges.