A framework attached to the shell and used to support the oarlock; also called an "outrigger".
Metal supports that are on the side of a shell. They hold the oar.
An apparatus on the side of the boat to provide a fulcrum for the lever (oar).
The triangular shaped metal device that is bolted onto the side of the boat and holds the oars.
The triangular (usually) framework that supports the oarlock about 2' out from the boat.
The metal extensions protruding from the sides of the boat.
A device that connects the oarlock to the shell.
Arm extending out from the side of the boat, it holds the pin and oarlock
The triangular frame that hold the oarlock away from the gunnel to optimize leverage (there are several styles ofriggers).
see Outrigger; Eaton name for a sculling boat
The outrigger that is fixed to the shell. The oarlock is on the rigger and the oar is placed into the oarlock.
Adjustable metal [or sometimes now carbon fibre] frame projecting from side of boat to support the gate which holds the oar or scull at the pivot point.
A triangular frame of metal tubes bolted to the gunwale (side of the boat), ending in a pin on which is mounted the oarlock.
the triangular-shaped metal bar bolted onto the side of the boat, holding the oars in place.
the metal brace which attaches an oar to the shell.