Discovered by a Sailing Anarchy reader this amazing two-bladed rudder!!! “It could make sense,” headlines the U.S. sailing enthusiast site. Mah, it certainly makes an impression to see those two lopsided blades mounted on one axis. What do the experts in fluid dynamics have to say about this?
We turn the question over to you: could this strange two-bladed rudder make sense?
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