"Somehow we need to get the motion at the end of this video."
I hope we can do better than those novices Martin 😉
Odd, research I've done so far seems to indicate that the 'oar' was used over the stern.
Whichever that was on a circular coracle!?🤔(scratches head in puzzlement!)
Or, often they fished in pairs with a net strung between them. See pic.
"The River Teifi, West Wales The two men are John Davies (forefront) and Will Davies of Cenarth; the last two legitimate coracle fishermen in Cenarth. They are both using the single-arm method of propulsion; a means of gliding downstream in a controlled way. They carry their coracles and their fish home on their backs. (1972)"
One arm would scull over the side while the other held the net.
S'pose you'd need one right handed and one left handed 'sculler' for that!
I guess Nerys' coracle is like the other pic.
Cheers, All, Doug 😎
❄️ BEAT THE BUG👍