Sailing boat "Nippon-Maru" In Shimizu Port ( Shizuoka City )

Sailing boat "Nippon-Maru"

2570 tons of aggregate tonnage

110.09m in total length

Overall width -13.80m

Main mast high -43.5m (height from a mast deck)

Draft -6.57m

36 pieces of number of the total sail (18 pieces of square sails, fore-and-aft sail 18 pieces)

190 greatest deployment staff

Copyright: Bibouroku tabito
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 10612x5306
Uploaded: 18/10/2013
Updated: 12/05/2014


Tags: japan; shizuoka; ship; port
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