A gale may spring up, the ship may be blown hither and thither, it may meet with shoals or be driven upon hidden rocks, then it may be broken to the very roofs of its deckhouses. Indonesia Volume 9, Greek Astronomer, Claudius Ptolemaeus , ca. They sail with their women, children, and family, and everyone has a room to themselves. The Chinese vessel had a single rudder on a transom stern, and except in Fujian and Guangdong they had flat bottoms without keels. There most certainly is a huge ship in it But suddenly the wind may fall, and may not be strong enough to allow of the sighting of the mountain on the given day; in such a case, bearings may have to be changed. Only then did the junco surrender. The ships has two or three decks, with deckhouse over the upper deck.
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This would make its size about m, with the tonnage between tons. I am looking for a colorless animation movie in which I only remember a scene: Because it's so tall, our people dare not board it, and our shots did not spoil it one bit because the junco has four layers of board. The late 15th century Malay Maritime Laws uses jong frequently as the word for freight ships. Cathay and the way thither: Nothing but air and water was seen for 40 days and by their reckoning they ran 2, miles and fortune deserted them. When the stress of the weather had subsided they made the return to the said "Cape of Diab" in 70 days and drawing near to the shore to supply their wants the sailors saw the egg of a bird called roc , which egg is as big as an amphora. A single ship carries several hundred men, and has in the stores a year's supply of grain. China had more than a thousand junks, but one ship of tons could depopulate Canton, and this depopulation would bring great loss to China. Fra Mauro in his map explained that one junk rounded the Cape of Good Hope and traveled far into the Atlantic Ocean , in
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According to Barros, they fought against this ship for two days. The Nusantara archipelago was known for production of large junks. Southern Borneo's supply of teak would have come from north Java, whereas Borneo itself would supply ironwood. Data from Marco Polo records made it possible to calculate that the largest ships may have had capacities of tons, about the same as Chinese vessels used to trade in the 19th century. Impresso por Pedro Crasbeeck. In the Majapahit era these vessels were used as warship, but still predominantly as transport vessels. The size and special requirements of the djong demanded access to expertise and materials not available everywhere. A single ship carries several hundred men, and has in the stores a year's supply of grain. This ship is Flor de la Mar , the highest Portuguese ship. Doty Iosco George Spencer Continental.
Description:Types of sailing vessels and rigs. Sayan 8, 12 49 Duarte Barosa reported that the ships from Java, which have four masts, are very different from Portuguese ships. Luckily the bigger ship survived, the passengers were stranded in Ye-po-ti Yawadwipa - Java. A gale may spring up, the ship may be blown hither and thither, it may meet with shoals or be driven upon hidden rocks, then it may be broken to the very roofs of its deckhouses. This question exists because it has historical significance, but it is not considered a good, on-topic question for this site , so please do not use it as evidence that you can ask similar questions here. Production of djongs ended in the s, perhaps because of the decision of Amangkurat I of Mataram Sultanate to destroy ships on coastal cities and close ports to prevent them from rebelling.
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