Our Equipment

CPRA Fleet

Fatty Bacon
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Trainer single 
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 Julie Irwin, former CPRA president, donated a training single in 2007.

 

Bob Long
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Trainer single 
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Donated by Roger Long, a local car dealer, in 2007.

 
 
The Powerline
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 Red Single Peinert
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Purchased in 2013
 
 
 Skeeter
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Black Single Hudson
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Purchased in 2013
 
  The Intake
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 White Single Swift
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Purchased in 2013
 
 
River Ninja
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Black Peinert
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Purchased from Bucknell Men's Crew in 2014
 
 
Double Trouble
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 Wintech 2x
 
 
Folie a Deux
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 Hudson 2x
 

Take Two
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 Empacher 2x
 
 

The Augusta

Swift Double 1

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Purchased new Winter 2014
 

Thunder Rowed

Swift Double 2
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Purchased new Winter 2014

 

The Eddie

Heavy Weight Wintech Double
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Purchased from Riverbreeze 2014

 
The Spirit of John Skotedis
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 Hudson Quad
 
 
  Saette
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Filippi Quad
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Purchased in 2014
 
 
 
Degenstein II

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Swift Quad
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Purchased in 2014
 
 

Frederick Foster

Pocock 8x/8+


 

Boat Trailer
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Purchased in 2014
 
 

The Fun Stopper

Still Water Launch
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Purchased in 2014
 

The Stalker


Wintech Launch 

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Purchased in 2014
 

  Current boat count owned by the club:
Octuple - 1 (+1 borrowed for the summer)
Quads - 3
Doubles - 3 (with 2 more on the way!)
Singles - 6 (2 are trainers)

 
CPRA Boat Racks for Singles and Doubles
Our racks were designed and built by one of the members and adjust in width to even fit doubles. They consist of one sheet of plywood, four pieces of 2x lumber, screws, bolts/nuts, and 10 hours of labor. Here is a drawing. Contact us if you are interested in plans.



 Boats no longer with CPRA

  In the Fall of 2004 this bow-coxed four - the Edna M Shery - was donated to the club upon the successful completion of a challenge fundraising program. The funds were used to purchase more shells.  This boat was decommissioned (name removed) and sold to the Naides Rowing Cub in 2010.  Please see the "Next career" page for more information.

  During the Winter of 2004 we completed the purchase of another boat. This time a factory reconditioned, carbon fiber, M2 from Vespoli. It is black with Orange trim and was named "The spirit of John Mailleue", honoring a member who was very active in the organization until the very end.  In 2011 we sold this boat to Susquehanna University.
  In 2005 we purchased an eight from a local college, the "John M. King"   In 2011 we sold this boat to Susquehanna University.  In 2012 we made arrangements to mount octuple riggers on it and use it for training youth and adult novices during the summer.
  In 2007 we purchased a brand new white WinTec quad, now known as The Degenstein I, and our coach, Stephen Loaiza, donated his black quad/four, the Lazarus.

The Degenstein I was sold in 2014.

The Lazarus was sold in 2014 to North Georgia Rowing.