Rowing New Zealand has named a 39 strong team to compete at rowing world cup events in Poland and Lucerne later this year.
With Olympic medallists Mahe Drysdale, Eric Murray, Hamish Bond and Genevieve Behrent all unavailable for selection, the squad sees some new faces added although there are 19 returning Olympians.
Ten boat classes have been selected, including nine Olympic boat classes.
Two time Olympian Robbie Manson takes charge of the men's single scull with due to Drysdale's absence.
The men's pair seats have been claimed by Tom Murray and Jamie Hunter, multiple national championship title holders.
Murray had previously been part of the Rio 2016 men's eight, and Hunter a member of the lightweight men's four who placed fifth in Rio.
The final make-up of the men's eight is yet to be decided, but includes previous crew members, Brook Robertson, Alex Kennedy, Isaac Grainger, Shaun Kirkham and Stephen Jones.
Lightweight rower James Lassche has also forced his way into contention, as well as Paddy McInnes Anthony Allen and Drikus Conradie previously of the men's four and under-23 coxed four world champion Cameron Webster.
The men's eight will be coxed by Caleb Shepherd, and coached by Gary Roberts.
Kerri Gowler and Grace Prendergast move into the women's pair. Gowler and Prendergast were previously teammates in the women's eight that claimed silver in the 2015 World Rowing Championships and gold in the 2014 Under 23 World Championship Pair.
The 2015 under-23 world champions Zoe McBride and Jackie Kiddle reunite in the lightweight women's double.
The crew are set to be a formidable force with McBride being two time senior World Champion in the lightweight women's single sculls, and Kiddle having collected lightweight women's double sculls silver at the 2016 under-23 world rowing championships in Rotterdam.
The team will contest the World Cup event in Poland in June before travelling to the United Kingdom for the Henley Royal Regatta and then another world cup event in Switzerland in July.