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English: A trainera is a traditional boat of the Cantabrian sea coast at the southern end of the Bay of Biscay, propelled by oars, and formerly sailing. It is a boat of fine lines, raised prow and rounded stern, that very well resist the waves of the Cantabrian sea. Traineras were formerly dedicated to bring in the day’s catch of anchovies and sardines from sea to market, usually competing to sell their caught fish before. Today, this historical tradition have become a major sport of racing.
Français : La traînière est une ancienne barque de pêche à rame ou parfois à voile. Son nom peut dériver du mot traina, qui est un filet de maille très dense utilisée pour les captures, surtout, d'anchois et de sardine. Aujourd'hui les traînières ont été reconverties en vaisseaux de course.
Trainera (es); ট্রেইনেরা (bn); Traînière (fr); Traineru (eu); Trainera (la); traïnya (ca); Trainera (de); Traiñeira (gl); trainera (en); Trainera (boato) (eo); ტრაინერა (ka); トライネラ (ja) traditioneller Ruderbootstyp (de); traditional type of rowing boats (en)
traditional type of rowing boats
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Instance ofwatercraft type
Subclass ofracing shell
Location Spain
  • trainera rowing
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  • Trainerilla
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