Κατηγορία: TRADITIONAL TYPES OF SHIP MODELS

TRADITIONAL TYPES OF SHIP MODELS

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Santala

In the sea of Marmara, this region is also known as Propontida, the fishing boats were mainly rowing boats and also elongated, so as to be able to to travel quite fast. The most...

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Tserniki (Mykonian xebec)

A particular type of boat in the Aegean Sea, which disappeared after the Second World War. It had acutangular stern, with one column and always with great bentinck sail. It was fast and quite...

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Fishing Trehantiri (Sampatiera)

The type of “trehantiri” is distinguished by the curved rudder post of the bow, while the ratio width to length is 1 to 3. Is considered as the safest vessel, sailing without difficulty at...

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Perama (Lover)

Perama is a type of ship particularly known in East Aegean and in the Sea of Marmara. Its characteristic feature is the peculiarity of the ends of handrails in the bow and stern. The...

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Varkalas

Very common type of vessel in the Aegean, with “avaka” (means mirror) to the stern. There were several variations, with either concave or convex the rudder post of the bow. Such type of ships...

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Trehantiri (Sakoleva)

“Trehantiri” is the most common type of boat in the Aegean, which is used nowadays mainly as fishing boat. Its characteristic feature is the curvature of the bow post, which sometimes approaches the quadrant...

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Karavoskaro

“Karavoskaro” is called the type of ship that prevailed in the 19th century. Due to its elliptical shape of the stern it was planned according to the method of “sala”. Its length reached the...

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Boat of Inepolis (Black Sea)

The boat of Inepolis was built by Greek shipwrights, in Inepolis, which is situated on the shores of the Black Sea. It was not particularly well known, because it was not sail in open...

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Bombarda with sails (polacca)

“Βomparda” or “vomvarda” was a common type of vessel in the Eastern Mediterranean. It is a descendant of “polacca”, with two masts and sails like polacca’s. Ship of the 18th century with stern frame...

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Gagalis (with crossings)

It was a vessel of the Black Sea and Sea of Marmaras. Yards of Pontus, Bosporus and Paphlagonia’s were constructing this kind of ship. Its carren bears resemblance to the polacca’s with mirror on...