AVERAGE CREW WEIGHT AND BOAT SIZE
Initials Description
SLW Super Light Weight
This shell is designed for light weight women with good rowing skills. A novice crew might be more comfortable in the LW size.

LW Light Weight
This shell is ideal for light weight women and men, regardless of rowing skills. Crews that weigh close to the upper limit might be more comfortable in the MW size.

MW Mid - Weight
This is a popular shell for heavy weight women and mid-weight men. Crews that weigh close to the upper limit might be more comfortable in the HW size.

HW Heavy Weight
This shell is designed for heavy weight men at all skill levels.

HW-S Heavy Weight - Stretched
This shell is designed for tall heavy weight men at all skill levels. Rower's station length is 2" longer then the Heavy Weight.



Boat Type Boat Size Average Crew Weight (Lbs) Crew Range (Lbs)
1x SLW 120 110-130
LW 155 130-165
MW 175 165-187
HW 210 187-230
2-/x SLW 120 110-130
LW 155 130-165
MW 175 165-190
HW 210 190-230
4-/x SLW 120 110-130
LW 155 130-175
MW 185 175-200
HW 210 200-230
4+ SLW (Stern Coxed Only) 130 120-140
LW (Bow or Stern Coxed) 155 140-175
MW (Bow or Stern Coxed) 175 165-200
HW (Bow Coxed Only) 210 200-230
8+ SLW 140 130-165
LW 175 155-187
MW 185 175-200
HW 210 200-230
HW-S 210 200-230
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