Zatsuekisen

Zatsuekisen (Miscellaneous Harbour Ships)

         (Kidosentei-Steam Boats/Motor Boats)
               Kyunansen (Salvage Ships)๖
               Kyunansen ken Eisen (Salvage Tugs): Over 600t
               Eisen (Tugs) : 300t, 150t, 100t
                    Fusetsutei Gata (Minelayer Type)๖
                    Kusentei Gata (Sub-chaser Type)๖
               Eisen ken Kotsusen (Tugs and Communication Ships) : 300t, 150t, 100t
                    Vedette Gata (Vedette Type)๕
                    Fusetsutei Gata (Minelayer Type)๖
                    Kusentei Gata (Sub-chaser Type)๖
               Kotsusen (Communication Ships)๖
                    Kansai-suiraitei Gata/Suiraitei Gata/Vedette Gata (Vedette Type)๕
                    Naikasiki Kayo Tokugata (Small River Gunboats)๕
               Kotsusen ken Eisen (Communication Ships and Tugs): 60t, 20t
                    Kansai-suiraitei Gata/Suiraitei Gata (Vedette Type)๕
               Kotsusen ken Kansokusen (Communication and Observatory Ships)๖
               Hikoki Kyunansen (Aircraft Rescue Boats) : 300t, 200t, 150t
               Naikatei (Motor Boats):17m, 15m, 12m, 11m, Under 9m, High Speed Craft
                    Hotei Gata (Gunboat Type)๖
                    Kansai-suiraitei Gata/Suiraitei Gata (Vedette Type)๕
                    Kusentei Gata (Sub-chaser Type)๕
                    Gyorai-tsuijo Gata (Torpedo Recovery Boat Type)๖
                    Gyoraitei Gata (Motor Torpedo Boat Type)๖
                    Gyosen Gata (Fishing Boat Type)๖
                    Launch Gata (Launch Type)๕
               Shokatei (Fireboats)๕
               Chokan-tei/Sireikan-tei (Commander Crafts) :15m

         (Totei-Oarsj
               Naika Launch (Motor Launches) :12m
               Launches๕
               Cutters: 9m, 7m, 3.5m (Barge type)
                    Hasike Gata (Barge Type)๕
                    Hirazoko Gata (Plane Bottom Type)๖
                    Yocht Gata (Yocht Type)๖
               Yochts๖

         (Zasshusen-Miscellaneous Ships)
               Naika Temmasen (Motor Sampans) : 15m, 12m, 10m, 6m
                    Unkasen Gata (Barge Type)๕
               Temmasen (Sampans): 12m, 10m, 8m, 6m
                    Yocht Gata (Yocht Type)๕
               Unkasen (Barges)
                    Chaland Gata (Chaland Type) : Load 200t, 100t, 50t
                    Daruma Gata (Western Type): Load 200t, 100t, 50t
                    Dambei Gata (Japanese Type): Load 30t
                    Tokugata (Special Type) : 14m, 10m
                    Hasike Gata (Lighter Type)๖
                    Mokuzo (Wooden Type) ๖: 15m with engine
               Tokugata-unkasen (Landing Crafts)๖
               Hikoki-umpansen (Aircraft Freighters)
               Gyorai-umpansen (Torpedo Freighters)
               Gyorai-sagyotei (Torpedo Workboats)๖
               Ryoshoku-haikyutei (Food Supply Crafts): 15m
               Ryoshoku-haikyusen (Food Supply Ships)  ๖
               Suisen (Water Carriers): Load 250t, 150t, 100t, 50t, 30t
               Juyusen (Fuel Oil Carriers): Load 300t, 150t
               Keishitsuyusen (Light Oil Carriers) : Load 200t, 100t, 50t
               Junkatsuyusen (Lube Oil Carriers): Load 100t, 50t
               Kihatsuyu-umpansen/Kihatsuyusen (Gasoline Carriers)๕
               Juyu-bunrisen (Heavy Oil Separation Ships)๖
               Kijukisen (Floating Cranes) : Lift over 75t, 50t, 30t, 15t
               Kijuki-daisen (Crane Barges)๖
               Shunsetsusen (Dredgers)
                    Bucket Type
                    Dipper Type
                    Priestman Type
               Doroukesen (Hopper Barges): Load 50x3.3m2, 35x3.3m2, 20x3.3m2, 8x3.3m2
               Gansaisen (Rock Breakers)
               Sankosen (Drilling Ships)๖
               Kyosen (Pontoons)
               Ukisambashisen/Ukisanbashi (Floating Piers)๖
               Hyotekisen (Target Ships)
                    Ogata (Large Type)๖
                    Tokugata (Special Type)๖
                    Dai-1-shu-hyoteki (Target Pontoons)
                    Gyorai-hyotekiro (Torpedo Target Derricks)
                    Gyorai-hyotekisen (Torpedo Target Ships)
               Kosakusen (Repair Ships)๖
               Fusenkyo (Floating Drydocks)
               Sokuryosen (Hydrographical Survey Ships)๖
               Sokuryosen ken Kotsusen (Hydrographical Survey and Communication Ships)๖
               Sokuryosen ken Kaiyo-kansokusen (Hydrographical Survey and Oceanographic Observatory Ships)๖
               Sokuryotei (Hydrographical Survey Crafts)
               Kassotei (Propelled Crafts)๕
               Doryokusen (Power Suply Ships)
               Jinkaisen (Dumpers)
               Shokatei (Fire Extinguishing Crafts)
               Denran-fusetsusen (Controlled Mine Layers)
               Kaiyo-kansokusen (Oceanographic Observatory Ships)
               Renshusen/-tei (Training Ships/Crafts)
               Reitosen (Freezing Carriers)
               Sensui-sagyotei (Diving Boats)
               Yusosen (Cargo Ships/Tankers)๖

No marks are divisions set forth in "Zatsuekisen Senshu oyobi Shozoku Teisu-hyo" (The internal order No. 1182 on 31 December 1938 revised by the internal orders Nos.323, 450, 684, 787 and 959 in 1939: List of division and each affiliation quorum of Miscellaneous Harbour Ships)
The divisions with ๖ are found in the naval gazette on and after 7 June 1939.
The divisions with ๕ are found in the naval gazette before 7 June 1939.

Rinji Zatsuekisen (Temporary Crafts) and others

               Chinsuisen (Balast Ships for Salvage)๕
               Under researching

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