sculling

  1. rowing by a single oarsman in a racing shell
  2. propel (a boat) with skulls

Sculling

Sculling is the impelling of a boat by means of two sculls or small oars, each rowed with one hand. The term is also applied to the propulsion of a boat by means of a long oar from its stern (a scull), where it is worked from side to side with a twist which produces the effect of a screw propeller.
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sculling

[n] - rowing by a single oarsman in a racing shell
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sculling

noun rowing by a single oarsman in a racing shell
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Sculling

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Scull
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sculling

in small-craft racing, the use of two oars, one in each hand—in single, double, and quadruple events. See rowing.[1 related articles]
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sculling

sculling: see rowing.
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Sculling

On sailboats with transom mounted rudders, forward propulsion is made by a balanced side to side movement of the tiller.
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Sculling

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, or over the stern. By extension, the oars themselves are also often referred to as sculls when used in this manner, and the boat itself may be referred to as a scull. ==Two-oar scullin...
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Sculling

On sailboats with transom mounted rudders, forward propulsion is made by a balanced side to side movement of the tiller.
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