Full hull model, 2 oared single skull, port broadside by unknown

Full hull model, 2 oared single skull, port broadside

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Full hull model, 2 oared single skull, port broadside

Scale: 1:16. Full hull model of a two-oared single skull. The model is equipped with metal out-riggers with swivelling crutches, two sculls, a rudder and sliding seat, and has a silk canvas decking at the bow and stern. It represents a single scull and was sculled by a single oarsman with two oars as opposed to the larger boats which were rowed with an oarsman pulling on a single oar. The oarsman could steer by pulling slightly harder on either scull to correct the course and heading of the boat. Ranging from a single scull up to the larger eight, these boats were raced regularly on the Thames by the local rowing clubs as well as the numerous University Boat Clubs. One of the highlights of the racing calendar is the Henley Regatta where both the clubs and Universities from the UK, and abroad, race against each other. Rowing became an Olympic sport in 1896.

  • Image reference: E9006-70

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