carpintería de ribera / astillero de ribera

English translation: marine carpenter / boatbuilder

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09:32 May 26, 2018
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Environment & Ecology / turismo
Spanish term or phrase: carpintería de ribera / astillero de ribera
Hago una consulta sobre estos dos términos porque están estrechamente relacionados entre sí y necesito buscar dos opciones diferentes para traducirlos.

"Uno de los elementos que caracterizan esta zona, particularmente en la Ría de Muros Noia, es la presencia de ***carpinterías de ribera***, de las que aún quedan algunas en uso, y que son muy buenos ejemplos de integración entre el medio ambiente, el paisaje y la productividad económica."

"Un elemento común para una estrategia común. El mar y el plan de la AC-550.
Este tramo de costa se caracteriza por la irregularidad de su borde, que genera un sinfín de formas, entrantes y salientes, concavidades y convexidades, que multiplican las perspectivas y convierten cada rincón en un lugar singular, poseedor de un carácter diferenciado, especial. Se suceden los acantilados, las playas, los estuarios, las villas históricas, los puertos tradicionales, las instalaciones singulares (como ***astilleros de ribera*** o salazones), o incluso áreas en las que el monte arbolado llega al mar."

En un estudio realizado en la Universidad de A Coruña por José María de Juan García Aguado, se definen los dos términos: "La carpintería de ribera es el lugar donde se trazan, cortan y labran las diferentes piezas que conforman la estructura de los barcos de madera. El emplazamiento donde se construye el barco y se bota es el astillero, situado en la ribera del mar o de algún río."

He localizado algunos términos para traducir carpintería de ribera (traditional boat builders / traditional shipbuilding / riverside carpentries) que tampoco me convencen demasiado porque no hacen referencia al lugar en sí.

¿Alguna sugerencia para estos dos términos?

¡Gracias!
soniagp
Spain
English translation:marine carpenter / boatbuilder
Explanation:
The ship’s ribs, or frames, were made up of straight and curved timbers. Frames were made of a number of pieces called futtocks. Bottom futtocks are called floors. The shipbuilder made patterns from the design on the loft floor, which he used to choose the best-shaped timbers. Ship's carpenters cut the wood to shape, and dubbers refined the shape using adzes to chip off unneeded material. The futtocks were scarfed, bolted, and fastened with treenails, or trunnels.

Shipbuilders hoisted the finished frames into place one by one, atop the keel, forming the basic skeleton of the ship. To strengthen the skeleton, a second keel, called a keelson, was built over the keel, on top of the floor timbers of the frames.

http://penobscotmarinemuseum.org/pbho-1/ships-shipbuilding/d...

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BY EPOXYCRAFT ON FEBRUARY 27, 2015 FROM THE WEB
Charlie Hussey, a professional marine carpenter who uses wood to build, restore, repair and upgrade all types of boats, reveals his process for using epoxy on his informative blog: Charlie Hussey – Marine Carpentry.

He is currently restoring M.Y Fortuna II. He began the restoration process earlier this year after hauling her out of the Baltic Wharf. Having suffered severe rainwater damage, Charlie began to document his process of restoration from paint stripping to replacing the wooden planks.

https://www.epoxycraft.com/marine-carpentry-repair-restorati...

Carpentry is a skilled trade in which the primary work performed is the cutting, shaping and installation of building materials during the construction of buildings, ships, timber bridges, concrete formwork, etc. Carpenters traditionally worked with natural wood and did the rougher work such as framing, but today many other materials are also used and sometimes the finer trades of cabinetmaking and furniture building are considered carpentry.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carpentry

Members of the British Marine Boatbuilders Association are companies actively carrying out the business of leisure boat building and repair. All members are invited to meet quarterly to discuss vital matters which affect their company, for example health and safety, European legislation (and how to work within it), competitiveness and training.

https://www.britishmarine.co.uk/Membership/Our-Associations/...

I hope this helps!

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Note added at 6 hrs (2018-05-26 16:28:31 GMT)
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The Hinckley Company is seeking a highly skilled Marine Carpenter. Candidate must be able to perform the highest levels of intricate joinery, carpentry repair tasks on and off boats, follow blueprints, patterns, and scale drawings when no detailed plans may be available. Ability to transfer dimensions to marine plywood and other construction material using tape measure, square and marking/layout devices. May layout, cut and assemble boat parts, such as doors, paneling, boxes, rails, and trim. Install prefabricated/custom parts such as hatches, marine hardware, metal trim, seats and other parts. Apply working knowledge of most woodworking joints in the marine industry, such as scarf, sill splice, lap, finger, and dovetail.

http://www.hinckleyyachts.com/careers/marine-carpenter/
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Helena Chavarria
Spain
Local time: 01:24
Grading comment
Thanks a lot for your help!
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marine carpenter / boatbuilder


Explanation:
The ship’s ribs, or frames, were made up of straight and curved timbers. Frames were made of a number of pieces called futtocks. Bottom futtocks are called floors. The shipbuilder made patterns from the design on the loft floor, which he used to choose the best-shaped timbers. Ship's carpenters cut the wood to shape, and dubbers refined the shape using adzes to chip off unneeded material. The futtocks were scarfed, bolted, and fastened with treenails, or trunnels.

Shipbuilders hoisted the finished frames into place one by one, atop the keel, forming the basic skeleton of the ship. To strengthen the skeleton, a second keel, called a keelson, was built over the keel, on top of the floor timbers of the frames.

http://penobscotmarinemuseum.org/pbho-1/ships-shipbuilding/d...

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BY EPOXYCRAFT ON FEBRUARY 27, 2015 FROM THE WEB
Charlie Hussey, a professional marine carpenter who uses wood to build, restore, repair and upgrade all types of boats, reveals his process for using epoxy on his informative blog: Charlie Hussey – Marine Carpentry.

He is currently restoring M.Y Fortuna II. He began the restoration process earlier this year after hauling her out of the Baltic Wharf. Having suffered severe rainwater damage, Charlie began to document his process of restoration from paint stripping to replacing the wooden planks.

https://www.epoxycraft.com/marine-carpentry-repair-restorati...

Carpentry is a skilled trade in which the primary work performed is the cutting, shaping and installation of building materials during the construction of buildings, ships, timber bridges, concrete formwork, etc. Carpenters traditionally worked with natural wood and did the rougher work such as framing, but today many other materials are also used and sometimes the finer trades of cabinetmaking and furniture building are considered carpentry.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carpentry

Members of the British Marine Boatbuilders Association are companies actively carrying out the business of leisure boat building and repair. All members are invited to meet quarterly to discuss vital matters which affect their company, for example health and safety, European legislation (and how to work within it), competitiveness and training.

https://www.britishmarine.co.uk/Membership/Our-Associations/...

I hope this helps!

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Note added at 6 hrs (2018-05-26 16:28:31 GMT)
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The Hinckley Company is seeking a highly skilled Marine Carpenter. Candidate must be able to perform the highest levels of intricate joinery, carpentry repair tasks on and off boats, follow blueprints, patterns, and scale drawings when no detailed plans may be available. Ability to transfer dimensions to marine plywood and other construction material using tape measure, square and marking/layout devices. May layout, cut and assemble boat parts, such as doors, paneling, boxes, rails, and trim. Install prefabricated/custom parts such as hatches, marine hardware, metal trim, seats and other parts. Apply working knowledge of most woodworking joints in the marine industry, such as scarf, sill splice, lap, finger, and dovetail.

http://www.hinckleyyachts.com/careers/marine-carpenter/

Helena Chavarria
Spain
Local time: 01:24
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Grading comment
Thanks a lot for your help!

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  TomWalker: Agree, except I think that "carpintería de ribera" is marine carpentry, not marine carpenter - the trade, not the tradesman.
3 hrs
  -> You're probably right! I spent ages researching marine/boat (master) joiner, joinery, carpinter and carpenter. When I posted, I was thinking of places like the baker's and hairdresser's! Thanks, Tom :-)

agree  neilmac: Idem what Tom said...
14 hrs
  -> Cheers, Neil :-)

agree  franglish: marine carpentry, and for astillero de ribera I'd use shipyard
15 hrs
  -> I thought about 'shipyard' and researched the term, but I'm not sure if that fits 'ribera'. Thank you, franglish :-)
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