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#856 unageo09

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Posted March 30 2015 - 10:58 PM

attachicon.gif2014_Lowe_Skorpion_01.jpgattachicon.gifIMG_4220-2.JPGMy new boat   2014 lowe skorpion 16 

 

 

I have a Lowe Stryker 17 and love it. Does everything i need it to do. I think Lowe makes pretty good boats.


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#857 retiredbosn

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Posted Yesterday, 05:39 AM

That one pic makes it look like the steering wheel is on the Left side!
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That's because it is :) The CDC type boat, Nitro made them for at least 10 years, are a center dual console, with the helm on the left.
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#858 BassnChris

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Posted Yesterday, 07:43 AM

That's because it is :) The CDC type boat, Nitro made them for at least 10 years, are a center dual console, with the helm on the left.

 

Interesting...............I've never understood why the helm was on the right side of the boat........in  the USA, that is.


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#859 carlm01

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Posted Yesterday, 07:49 AM

Probably because it's on the right in our automobiles ?



#860 00 mod

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Posted Yesterday, 08:11 AM

Probably because it's on the right in our automobiles ?

 

 

You have a European car? :laugh5:

 

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Posted Yesterday, 09:45 AM

Right side steering traces back to two things. Before motors, the steering oar was on the right, and boats moored with the dock to the left (where the term "port" originates. Later, as motors were used, having the extra weight on the right to counter the effect of a clockwise rotating prop worked best.
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#862 carlm01

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Posted Yesterday, 09:51 AM

LOL I just saw that .. Chalk up a bonehead answer on me... :)


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#863 retiredbosn

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Posted Yesterday, 11:51 AM

Probably because it's on the right in our automobiles ?



Right side steering traces back to two things. Before motors, the steering oar was on the right, and boats moored with the dock to the left (where the term "port" originates. Later, as motors were used, having the extra weight on the right to counter the effect of a clockwise rotating prop worked best.


Franco is correct, see everything else for starboard origination contest. http://www.bassresou...rboard-contest/
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