Now push the oar rapidly forward again, first, however, restoring it to its original position in the rowlock.
Then, without any command, you will ship the oar; in other words, drop the loom into the rowlock.
The outrigged gig is liable to entanglement of rowlock in locks, and where craft are crowded, as at regattas.
Not one failed to ship his oar, or drop it into the rowlock.
She now took the other oar from the rowlock, and was about to rise, when the bishop shouted to her.
The thole-pins should stand absolutely straight from the sill of the rowlock.
A notch, or rowlock, is cut into them to serve as rests for the heavy oars.
Yesterday he was complaining that his rowlock was too high, and he had leave to lower it accordingly.
The rowlock would be simply a notched stick, and he would row with one long oar, pushing swiftly along.
Hillers, with only one rowlock, could not use his oars, so the work devolved entirely on me.