Rowing New Zealand has confirmed a team of 53 athletes in 16 boats for this month's World Championships in Austria.
The team is headed by women's single sculler Emma Twigg, who won the two World Cup events she competed in earlier this year.
Grace Prendergast and Kerri Gowler will row in both the pair and the eight.
The team also includes a newly formed women's quad of Hannah Osborne, Sam Voss, Ruby Tew and Kirstyn Goodger.
Robbie Manson competes in the men's singles sculls against 43 other nations, while there are 39 nations competing in the women's single sculls.
The regatta also acts as qualification for next year's Tokyo Olympics.
There are nine Olympic places available for the single scullers, 11 for the pair and double sculls, eight for the four and quad, five for the eight and seven for the lightweight double sculls.
New Zealand team for the 2019 rowing world champs:
Women's lightweight double: Zoe McBride, Jackie Kiddle
Women's single: Emma Twigg
Women's pair: Grace Prendergast and Kerri Gowler
Women's double: Brooke Donoghue and Olivia Loe
Women's four: Davina Waddy, Kelsi Walters, Eve Macfarlane and Phoebe Spoors
Women's quad: Kirstyn Goodger, Ruby Tew, Samantha Voss and Hannah Osborne
Women's eight: Ella Greenslade, Emma Dyke, Lucy Spoors, Kelsey Bevan, Grace Prendergast, Kerri Gowler, Elizabeth Ross, Jackie Gowler and Caleb Shepherd (coxswain)
Men's lightweight single: Ben van Dalen
Men's lightweight double: Matthew Dunham and Harrison Somerville
Men's single: Robbie Manson
Men's pair: Tom Murray and Michael Brake
Men's double: John Storey and Chris Harris
Men's four: Ben Taylor, Ian Seymour, Tom Mackintosh and Thomas Russel
Men's quad: Nathan Flannery, Jordan Parry, Cameron Crampton and Lewis Hollows
Men's eight: James Lassche, Hamish Bond, Shaun Kirkham, Mahe Drysdale, Brook Robertson, Phillip Wilson, Matthew MacDonald, Stephen Jones and Sam Bosworth (coxswain)