They managed to sell 1,500 copies of the 2014 calendar and raised over £3,000 for the charity.
However, when the rowers tried to promote the calendar on social media, they discovered Facebook would not allow the shots to be hosted on the popular site.
Sophie Bell (right), who organised the calendar, said: "It is awful for us because we had over 2,000 likes, which provided us with a large platform for reaching out to our target market."
The 20-year-old added: "It is a charity calendar – how can it be porn? The Facebook account for the male rower’s charity calendar hasn’t been deleted and their page is the same as ours. It is borderline sexism."
Bell said the rowing club had made repeated attempts to contact Facebook to get the pictures reinstated.
The club has not been put off by the events though, and has already shot a 2015 calendar which will apparently go on sale in October.
And the women are continuing to receive support on other social media sites.
You can order the naked calendars and raise money for charity here.