PORPA Fleet

We currently have six shells and have access to two more.

 

 

Arthur Ericsson 8+ (coxed eight)
Our first PORPA shell.  On loan from WSU men's team, named after their coach who made the loan happen.
It is a 1994 Vespoli fiberglass shell that came to PORPA in 2014
Our prefered sweep learning shell.
George Bertram III 8+ (coxed eight)
Our premier competition eight.  Donated to PORPA by the University of Oregon, named after the gentelman that donated it to OU. 
It is a 2000 Milenium Vespoli carbon fiber shell that came to PORPA in 2016.

 

Yam Pah Pa 4+ (bow coxed four)
Our workhorse four.  Donated to PORPA by the University of Oregon, named using their convention after a body of water.  Yam Pah Pa is a native american name of the Snake river, border between Oregon and Idaho. 
It is a 2000 Milenium Vespoli carbon fiber shell that came to PORPA in 2016.
LW 2x (light weight double)
Our petit rowers double for average 75 kg rowers. It was donated to PORPA by current members.
Still waiting for the naming ceremony.
It is a 1997 Starline Carbon Glass Double that can be rigged as a pair.

 

Patricia 1x (Recreational single)
Our learn to row single.  Named after PORPA founder, donated by a Sandpoint resident.
It is a Trimline recreational fiberglass single.
Our prefered sculling learning shell.
Neher 1x (Recreational single)
Our show and tell shell.  Wooden shell built and donated to PORPA by a Sandpoint surgeon.  
It is a beauty that requires tender love and care when taken out.  Great to go out for an afternoon spin.

 

 

 

Coastal 2x (Open Water double)
This coastal double belongs to a current member and is accessible to all members.  Great learn to scull shell that can be also rigged as a single. 
It is a Wintech racing coastal fiberglass shell.
 
     
MAAS-24 1x (Advanced single)
This MAAS-24 single belongs to a current member and is accessible to all members that are certified for its use.  

 

 

updated May 19th, 2020.