BRITTANIA OARS Quality pine oars, heavily polyurethane varnished. Wide 12 cm blades with shaped handgrip. The high grade model comes with oar collar and reinforced blade tip. Also available ...
SQUARE WOODEN OARS Made of beech wood. Regular type (Pair).
Oars to the ALFONSO boat are produced from duralumin alloy and isolated in rubber hand grip. We supply oars with oarlock holder. Here we offer double part oars. Length in composed state ...
... TRAINING OARS Based on our C90 standard shaft design, the F100 oars are an all fibreglass construction ideal for club use, learn to row programmes and touring where toughness and price-point are priority ...
$525.00 Specs- 289cm long, 2.85 lbs/pr The Hatchet blade is designed for powerful rowers who want no slip at the entry. This style is used by many competitive rowers. The larger sized blade uses a shorter shaft and has a very stiff ...
S39 shafts are made using high modulus carbon, recently used in the America’s Cup boats. They use multiple layers of thin carbon plies at various angles to achieve a balance of strength, stiffness, torsional stiffness and are very light ...
A high modulus version of the popular APEX blade type. The sculling blade and shaft integrate high modulus carbon, twill and standard modulus in its construction. The construction methods for the blade and shaft have been modified to ...
Steering and rowing oars. 3 meters. Lenght: less than 5 m; from 5 m to 6,49 m; from 6,5 m to 8,49 m; from 8.5 m to 9,50 m
OrangeMarine pair of paddles for your inflatable boat. Very light, aluminum paddles are ideal for all types of inflatable boats.
... blade * Light and strong plastic material * Polybag with header card * 12 Prs., 8.7 kg (19.2 Lb.) * Contents: one pair of oar
WOOD OARS WARPED BLADE Painted marine wood, with plastic sleeve.
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An oar consists of a long shaft with a blade at one end. It is used to propel small craft such as rowing shells, rowboats and some small pleasure/recreational craft, including stern-sculled types.
Oars called sculls are used on light racing or recreational craft, themselves called sculls or shells. The sport is referred to as "crew." Some oars on NauticExpo can be used as safety gear on small recreational/pleasure craft, for example, in case of engine failure. Others, especially models which can be disassembled, are suitable for tenders.
Sculls are designed to be mounted on the articulated pivots of crew shells. Oars for rowboats or recreational craft are usually made of varnished wood. Some have plastic handles for a surer grip and/or a safety for the oarlock. Blades can have the shape of a laurel leaf, be symmetrical or asymmetrical, or be rectangular. Some oars can be disassembled for easier transport and stowing.
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Choice will depend on intended use.
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