In the sport of crew (rowing) port is from the perspective of the rower on the right side of the racing shell (or left hand side from the perspective of the coxswain). Port oars are usally marked by a red marking somewhere on them. Port is usally stroke while starboard is bow.
Larry is stroke so he's a port but in the event the boat is starboard rigged his 7 seat Thomas will stroke.
In the sport of crew (rowing) the side in a sweep racing shell on the left from the rowers perspective (or the right side from the perspective of the coxswain). Starboard oars generally are distinguished by a a green marking somewhere on them. Most of the time bow is starboard while port is stroke.