Translation of boatbuilding in Spanish:


construcción de barcos, n.

Pronunciation /ˈboʊtˌbɪldɪŋ/ /ˈbəʊtˌbɪldɪŋ/


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    construcción de barcos feminine
    • Its main occupations are fishing and boatbuilding.
    • In Waitakere we celebrate job growth in boatbuilding, vineyards, film making, and our traditional industries.
    • The boatbuilding industry has been affected but not wiped out.
    • Between 12 and 14 apprentices are guided by an instructor through all stages of traditional wooden boatbuilding and they can expect to build three to four boats during their tenure.
    • Ever since the Prout Factory closed last year there has been no boatbuilding on Canvey which is a real shame as there are a lot of experienced labourers living there.
    • In 1772, he abandoned boatbuilding and left for London where, recommended by his teacher's friend Giardini, he joined the orchestra of the King's Theatre.
    • As a high-school student, Mr. Senour worked in local boatyards in the summer, where he picked up techniques of boatbuilding and repair.
    • Not everyone in boatbuilding is an angel, after all!
    • He added he was delighted to bring boatbuilding back to The Point, which has not seen any since Prout Catamarans closed in January last year.
    • If developers have their way boatbuilding will go forever.
    • The Council is a not-for-profit organization that has developed and updated safety standards for boatbuilding and repair for 50 years.
    • For example, as so many women worked in jobs such as boatbuilding where promotion and flexibility were allowed in time of war, the artificiality of the horizontal segregation is demonstrated.
    • The method of construction of the 450 Coastal Commander is still best described as a combination of boatbuilding and mobile home technology.
    • The author wishes to thank Jim Packham and Bob Westleyfor providing the information about boatbuilding in Kingston.
    • At Hyde Street Pier, tour ships, enjoy music and craft programs, or try your hand at boatbuilding or knot tying.
    • Jim died in 1968 and Bill retired, bringing to the end an era of boatbuilding which had lasted well over one hundred years.
    • Current boatbuilding methods are highly labor-intensive, so weight and size variations among hulls are fairly common, sometimes leading to quality control problems that consumers find unacceptable.
    • As it turned out, however, the Coopers' passion for boats didn't translate into the nuts-and-bolts skills needed to keep their boatbuilding business afloat.
    • Blackistone says that the founders of many boatbuilding companies are reaching retirement age.
    • The participants hail from half a dozen states and they are in San Francisco for a week long boatbuilding class.