DANISH DOUBLE SCULLER:
This Danish Double Sculler was built in 1971 by Victor Jensen of Hundested, Denmark for Jay Paris and shipped to Maine upon completion. These cruising rowboats were typically used for day trips between rowing hostels. This nominal 7.5-meter long boat has two sliding seats amidships for those rowing, a passenger seat forward and another aft with the seat and backrest padded for a crew member who could tend the tiller ropes back to the crossbar atop the rudder, and bow and stern stowage compartments with access through hatches in the white leatherette decks.
LOA: 24 feet, 9.5 inches, excluding rudder
Beam: 39.5 inches
Width over Outriggers: 64.5 inches
Oars: 3.5 meters (11 feet, 6 inches)
Weights: 215 pounds without outriggers, oars and rudder; 230 pounds including outriggers, oars and rudder
Planking: Lapstrake with full-length Mahogany planks
Sliding Seat Support Framework
Bow and After decks: Longitudinal stringers supporting white leatherette fabric
Outriggers: Stainless Steel 5/8″ and 38″ Tubing with Bronze Oarlocks
OUTFIT AND FITTINGS:
Square Loom Spoon Blade Oars (Four)
Mahogany Rudder with Cross Arm for Tiller Ropes
Mahogany Plywood Sole Panels (Eight)
Mahogany Flagstaff with US Ensign
Lifting Points: (Four) Galvanized Shackles with Brass Strips to Bilge Stringers inboard of seats
Boat Cover: Full Length of Boat
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