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Caviness® Painted Boat Oars

   

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5-1/2'

Wood

6'

Wood

6-1/2'

Wood

7'

Wood

  • Lightweight but strong
  • Painted wood construction  
A first-class combination of lightweight materials and strength in a painted wood oar. Economically priced. 1 piece each.
Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Boat oars We have used the product and loved it. They work great. September 10, 2006
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Look for Oar Locks with less then 2" shaft diameter.

This item has a Shaft Dimensions: 1 3/8”.
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I have six foot oars for a 12' boat and they work fine.

I was told a "rule of thumb" that the oars should be half the length of the boat.
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the standard way to calculate proper oar size depends on the span between the oarlocks, rather than length. here's how it goes:
measure the distance between the oarlocks. divide by 2, then add 2 inches. take this number, multply by 25, divide by 7, and that's your approximate answer in inches.

for example, if a boat is 48 inches between the oarlocks, then the proper size is: 48/2=24+2=26. 26x25=650/7= approx. 93. That's 7 feet, 9 inches. thus, either 7-1/2 or 8 foot oars should work well.

performance rowers with a rowing shell may do it differently, but this formula works well for most rowing craft.
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