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All About Coracle Basically, coracle is a roundish shaped and small lightweight boat. As a matter of fact, it is used in Wales traditionally but you can see this being used in other parts of South and Western England, Ireland as well as Scotland. The word Coracle is used in similar boats that are found in Vietnam, Iraq, Tibet and India. As a matter of fact, coracle originated from Welsh cwrwgl, cognate with Scottish and also Irish Gaelic currach and is recorded in English as early as 16th century. Other popular English spelling of such are coricle, curricle, coracle and corougle. Coracles are oval in shape and have strong resemblance to the half of a walnut shell while its structure is made of a framework of interwoven and split willow rods, tied with willow bark. As for the outer layer, it was originally an animal skin like bullock hide or horse along with thin layer of tar in an effort to make it waterproof. These days however, the coracles are made from materials similar to tarred calico or canvas or known simply as fiberglass. The Asian version of the coracle specifically the one made from Vietnam is somewhat different as it is waterproofed by using coconut oil and resin and has interwoven bamboo. In an effort to spread the weight of the boat evenly and its load across the entire structure, it has a flat bottom and keel less design. Apart from that, this is intentionally done to be able to reduce the depth required of water. But oftentimes, it is only for a few inches, which makes it ideal for rivers.
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Each and every design of coracle is unique since it’s tailored to the conditions of the river where it’s built and meant to be used. Generally speaking, there’s one design per river but, this isn’t always the case. A quick example for this is the Carmarthen coracle which is deeper and rounder as it is intended used is for tidal waters while the Teifi coracle is flat bottomed as it’s designed in a manner that it will be able to get through shallow rapids.
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With regards to the Teifi coracles, these are being built using hazel for weave, local harvested wood willow for the laths or the body of boat while Tywi coracles are built using sawn ash. Fiberglass on the other hand is often used to build working boats. Coracles are quite effective fishing vessel most especially when it’s operated by a skilled individual, they hardly cause disturbance on the fish in the water, maneuver the boat even with one arm while the other arm tends to net.