Sailing in Chinese / Japanese...

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  1. Smooth Sailing

  2. Pleasant Journey

  3. Smooth and Steady

  4. Brave the Waves

  5. Seafarer / Sailor


Smooth Sailing

 jun puu man pan
Smooth Sailing Scroll

順風満帆 means “smooth sailing” in Japanese.

The Kanji literally means “Favorable wind, full sail.”

This title can also suggest having great ambitions.

Smooth Sailing

 yī fán fēng shùn
Smooth Sailing Scroll

一帆風順 is just what you think it means. It suggests that you are on a trouble-free voyage through life, or literally on a sailing ship or sailboat. It is often used in China as a wish for good luck on a voyage or as you set out on a new quest or career in your life. Some may use this in place of “bon voyage.”

The literal meaning is “Once you raise your sail, you will get the wind you need, and it will take you where you want to go.” Another way to translate it is “Your sail and the wind follow your will.”

This is a great gift for a mariner, sailor, adventurer, or someone starting a new career.

Note: Can be understood in Korean Hanja but is rarely used.


See Also:  Bon Voyage | Adventure | Travel

Pleasant Journey

 yī lù shùn fēng
 ichirojunpuu
Pleasant Journey Scroll

一路順風 is a Chinese and Japanese proverb that means “to have a pleasant journey,” “sailing with the wind at your back,” or as an expression to say, “everything is going well.”

Smooth and Steady

 píng wěn
 heion
Smooth and Steady Scroll

平穩 can also be translated as calmness, quietness, or quietude and is used in Chinese and Korean.

The version shown here would be considered the ancient Japanese form. The second character has been simplified in Japan (the same simplified form is used in mainland China, except for calligraphy).

Please include special instructions with your order if you want the simplified form of that second character. Both forms can be universally read.

Brave the Waves

 pò làng
 ha rou
Brave the Waves Scroll

破浪 can be translated from Chinese as “braving the waves” or “bravely setting sail.”

It literally means: “break/cleave/cut [the] waves.”

破浪 is a great title to encourage yourself or someone else not to be afraid of problems or troubles.

Because of the context, this is especially good for sailors or yachtsmen and surfers too.

Note: While this can be understood in Japanese, it's not commonly used in Japan. Therefore, please consider this to be primarily a Chinese proverb.

Seafarer / Sailor

 hǎi yuán
 kaiin / kain
Seafarer / Sailor Scroll

海員 is the Chinese, Japanese Kanji, and old Korean Hanja for a sailor, mariner, seafarer, or seaman.

If you sail the seas and brave the waves, this may be the title for you.

The literal meanings: 海 is “Sea” and 員 is “Person.”




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Characters

If shown, 2nd row is Simp. Chinese

Pronunciation
Romanization
Simple Dictionary Definition

一帆風順


一帆风顺

see styles
yī fān fēng shùn
    yi1 fan1 feng1 shun4
i fan feng shun

More info & calligraphy:

Smooth Sailing
propitious wind throughout the journey (idiom); plain sailing; to go smoothly; have a nice trip!

一路順風


一路顺风

see styles
yī lù shùn fēng
    yi1 lu4 shun4 feng1
i lu shun feng
 ichirojunpuu / ichirojunpu
    いちろじゅんぷう

More info & calligraphy:

Pleasant Journey
to have a pleasant journey (idiom)
(yoji) sailing before the wind; everything is going well

順風満帆

see styles
 junpuumanpan; junpuumanpo(ik) / junpumanpan; junpumanpo(ik)
    じゅんぷうまんぱん; じゅんぷうまんぽ(ik)

More info & calligraphy:

Smooth Sailing
(yoji) smooth sailing

停航

see styles
tíng háng
    ting2 hang2
t`ing hang
    ting hang
to stop running (of flight of shipping service); to suspend service (flight, sailing); to interrupt schedule

北航

see styles
 hokkou / hokko
    ほっこう
sailing north

南航

see styles
nán háng
    nan2 hang2
nan hang
 nankou / nanko
    なんこう
China Southern Airlines
sailing south; southbound

夜船

see styles
 yobune
    よぶね
night boat; ship sailing at night; (personal name) Yobune

寶船


宝船

see styles
bǎo chuán
    bao3 chuan2
pao ch`uan
    pao chuan
Chinese treasure ship, a type of large sailing ship in the fleet of Ming dynasty admiral Zheng He 鄭和|郑和[Zheng4 He2]

帆船

see styles
fān chuán
    fan1 chuan2
fan ch`uan
    fan chuan
 hansen(p); hobune
    はんせん(P); ほぶね
sailboat
sailing ship; sailing boat; sailing vessel

帆走

see styles
 hansou / hanso
    はんそう
(n,vs,vi,adj-no) sailing

平順


平顺

see styles
píng shùn
    ping2 shun4
p`ing shun
    ping shun
smooth; smooth-going; plain sailing

快走

see styles
 kaisou / kaiso
    かいそう
(n,vs,vi) fast moving; fast running; fast sailing

日和

see styles
 biwa
    びわ
(ateji / phonetic) (suffix noun) ideal weather (for some action, event, etc.); perfect day; (ateji / phonetic) (1) weather; climatic conditions; (2) fine weather; clear day; (3) situation; state of affairs; (4) sea conditions; good day for sailing; (female given name) Biwa

東航

see styles
 toukou / toko
    とうこう
(noun - becomes adjective with の) sailing east; eastbound

横断

see styles
 oudan / odan
    おうだん
(n,vs,vi) (1) crossing (a road, river, etc.); cutting through (e.g. of a river through a town); cutting across; intersecting (e.g. a railway track); (n,vs,vi) (2) (See 縦断・1) crossing (east-west); traversing; travelling across; flying across (e.g. the Pacific); sailing across; (noun, transitive verb) (3) (See 縦断・2) cutting horizontally; sectioning laterally

満帆

see styles
 miho
    みほ
full sail; sailing downwind; (female given name) Miho

溯航

see styles
 sokou / soko
    そこう
(noun/participle) going upstream; sailing against the current

真帆

see styles
 miho
    みほ
spread-out sail; full sail; (sailing) downwind; (female given name) Miho

舟航

see styles
 shuukou / shuko
    しゅうこう
(n,vs,vi) boating; sailing

舟行

see styles
 shuukou / shuko
    しゅうこう
(n,vs,vi) boating; sailing; navigation

航法

see styles
 kouhou / koho
    こうほう
sailing; navigation

航海

see styles
háng hǎi
    hang2 hai3
hang hai
 koukai / kokai
    こうかい
to sail the seas; maritime navigation; voyage
(n,vs,vi) (sea) voyage; navigation; sailing; passage; cruise

航班

see styles
háng bān
    hang2 ban1
hang pan
(scheduled) flight; (scheduled) sailing

航行

see styles
háng xíng
    hang2 xing2
hang hsing
 koukou / koko
    こうこう
to sail; to fly; to navigate
(n,vs,vi) cruise; navigation; sailing

航走

see styles
 kousou / koso
    こうそう
(noun/participle) sailing

解纜


解缆

see styles
jiě lǎn
    jie3 lan3
chieh lan
 kairan
    かいらん
to untie a mooring rope
(n,vs,vi) weighing anchor; unmooring; sailing off

轉帆


转帆

see styles
zhuǎn fān
    zhuan3 fan1
chuan fan
to tack (of sailing ship); to jibe; to go about

通航

see styles
tōng háng
    tong1 hang2
t`ung hang
    tung hang
 tsuukou / tsuko
    つうこう
connected by air, sea traffic or service
(n,vs,vi) navigation; sailing

進航

see styles
 shinkou / shinko
    しんこう
(n,vs,vi) sailing on

遡航

see styles
 sokou / soko
    そこう
(noun/participle) going upstream; sailing against the current

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The following table may be helpful for those studying Chinese or Japanese...

Title CharactersRomaji (Romanized Japanese)Various forms of Romanized Chinese
Smooth Sailing順風満帆jun puu man pan
junpuumanpan
jun pu man pan
Smooth Sailing一帆風順
一帆风顺
yī fán fēng shùn
yi1 fan2 feng1 shun4
yi fan feng shun
yifanfengshun
i fan feng shun
ifanfengshun
Pleasant Journey一路順風
一路顺风
ichirojunpuu
ichirojunpu
yī lù shùn fēng
yi1 lu4 shun4 feng1
yi lu shun feng
yilushunfeng
i lu shun feng
ilushunfeng
Smooth and Steady平穩
平稳
heionpíng wěn / ping2 wen3 / ping wen / pingwenp`ing wen / pingwen / ping wen
Brave the Waves破浪ha rou / harou / ha ropò làng / po4 lang4 / po lang / polangp`o lang / polang / po lang
Seafarer
Sailor
海員
海员
kaiin / kain
kain / kain
hǎi yuán / hai3 yuan2 / hai yuan / haiyuanhai yüan / haiyüan
In some entries above you will see that characters have different versions above and below a line.
In these cases, the characters above the line are Traditional Chinese, while the ones below are Simplified Chinese.


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