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launch from HMS Bounty scale 1:26

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    Very impressive work here. 

    I do have a couple questions concerning the oars.  One concerns the length of those oars.  While I have never had to row a boat,  it seems that the rower has a very small amount of leverage on such long oars.  Seems like they would tire very quickly.

    I notice that only the oar at the stern has some rope wrapping.  What is the function of the wrapping and why just one oar?

    I have a hard time imagining that all those men that were set adrift after the mutiny could even fit in such a small craft without floundering.  The water must have come nearly up to the cap rail!

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Hello
The paddle in the scale of 1: 26 is 23 cm long, in fact it is about 6 m. I took the oar pattern from Anatomy of the Ship HMS Bounty, I agree that there should be a counterweight to the long oars, but I did it in the drawings from Anatomy. The oar should have a thick shaft at the handle to balance the weight of the long oars, because they had to be on large lifeboats. I thought about such a compromise to wrap the paddle with a string, but it probably has nothing to do with the counterweight, and more the idea that allows the paddle to stay in the dulce.
The boat was about 7 m long and it was really crowded people Captain Bligh .. Regards Piotrek.

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