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手こぎ漁舟の研究-3 : ペーロンおよびその類似船の船型


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Title: 手こぎ漁舟の研究-3 : ペーロンおよびその類似船の船型
Other Titles: Studies on Rowig Boats for Fisheries―III Various Hull-Types of Peylong and Analogous Boats
Authors: 柴田, 惠司 / 真野, 秀弘 / 高山, 久明
Authors (alternative): Shibata, Keishi / Mano, Suehiro / Takayama, Hisaaki / 柴田, 恵司
Issue Date: Aug-1978
Publisher: 長崎大学水産学部
Citation: 長崎大学水産学部研究報告, v.45, pp.33-42; 1978
Abstract: Peylong is a kind of boat racing ordinally introduced to Nagasaki from China in 1655. Based on construction-diagrams, the hull types of 16 peylong boats in Nagasaki City and adjacent villages were studied and compared with those of 89 boats of analogous types, i. e., one dragon-boat in Hongkong, eight so called inkoro (meaning dog-killer) which are a kind of fishing boats in the western area of Kyushu, two old whaling boats built in early 19th century from north-western Kyushu, five sabanis of Okinawa, and 57 commercial fishing boats in the surrounding areas of Nagasaki City. Some results obtained are; i) While peylong boats have many common features in construction with commercial fishing boats in Japan, they are much finer in hull type than the commercial fishing boats. The hull types of inkoro craft which is used both for commercial purpose and for racing on festive occasions, is essentially the same as that of peylong boat exept for the stern part. Sabanis have an independent hull type from any other type of boats. ii) The stem decoration of peylong boats are well handed down from the old whaling boats in Kyushu, but the hull types of the both are quite different.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/30673
ISSN: 05471427
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version: publisher
Appears in Collections:第45号

Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/30673

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