Sculling Information

Sculling generally refers to a method of using oars to propel watercraft in which the oar or oars touch the water on both the port and starboard sides of the craft. By extension, the oars themselves are also often referred to as sculls when used in this manner.

Alternately, "sculling" can refer to a docking procedure used in crew .

Two-oared sculling is a form of rowing—both competitive and recreational—in which a boat is propelled by one or more rowers, each of whom operates two oars, one held in the fingers of each hand. This contrasts with the other common method of rowing, sweep rowing, in which each rower may use both hands to operate a single oar on either the port or starboard side of the boat.

Wikipedia, Sculling, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sculling (as of Jul 30, 2010)

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