1 Move forward, straight arm; put the oars in the water; Take advantage of the force of the whole body pull both oars back.
Every stroke should be a continuous action, the force acts evenly on each oar, one of the basic techniques is to face the danger and try to pull.
Because this pull is the most powerful, so a lot of operations use this method to make boats slow down or fall back.
There are two ways to change the angle of the paddle boat
, the single paddle rotates with only one oar, when a paddle moves, the other oar is on the surface of the water, which will cause some backward motion on the boat.
It needs some skills to turn the two oars, when one paddle is needed, the other is pulled at the same time, both hands move in reverse.
Boats with two oars will turn faster, and can go around the center. This technique is used to make boats go straight in large waves, set an angle or turn the boat toward the ferry.
To avoid direct obstacles, the basic techniques for crossing the water from the side ofter uses ferry are as follows: Determine the direction of water(Do not need to parallel to the river bank )
2 The boat rotates left and right in order to flow at an angle with the water(set the ferry angle)
3 Smooth pull, how continuous oars make the boat / shore when the force of the side of the ship (caused by the ferryboat angle) pushes the boat to cross the stream from the side, the strong knock will slow down the speed of the boat.
So that even the smallest movement of water flow can go up the ferry. The basic techniques are as follows: turn the boat to the angle you want to reach, change the position of the boat in the river, the most important thing is to keep the boat at a certain angle from the running water, and then back paddle, rather than towards the river bank.
For example, where the flow of water turns later than the river bank, the boat should flow at an angle of 45 degrees with the water instead of 90 degrees from the river bank. Avoid the obstacles when there is no room to turn the bow when the boat is in a ferry position (For example, it is not directly countercurrent), to slide the boat over a side obstacle or through a narrow passage. Turn the boat around with two oars, and use the force of water on the boat when the boat ' s rear is rotating to get the boat pass the back of the obstacle, keep the bow straight against the current.